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22 July: Crowe adds a comment

Posted on July 17th, 1914 by admin

22 July: Crowe adds a comment to Rumbold’s report. “It is difficult to understand the attitude of the German government. On the face of it, it does not bear the stamp of straightforwardness. If they really are anxious to see Austria kept reasonably in check, they are in the best position to speak at Vienna”.
Crowe believes the German government knows what the Austro-Hungarians are going to demand and has promised its support should dangerous complications ensue.


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