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Morning: Kudashev telegrams Berchtold demanding an extension of

Posted on July 25th, 1914 by admin

Morning: Kudashev telegrams Berchtold on the train to Bad Ischl demanding an extension of the time limit.
Berchtold replies to Macchio that he agrees with his earlier statements to Kudashev and he can also tell him that “even after the breaking-off of diplomatic relations the unconditional acceptance of our demands can bring about a peaceful solution” though Serbia would then have to pay all of Vienna’s costs.


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