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8.00 P.M., Bad Ischl: News of the

Posted on July 25th, 1914 by admin

8.00 P.M., Bad Ischl: News of the Serbian rejection reaches Berchtold. He goes to see the Emperor. Krobatin is also present and the three men agree to continue the plan agreed in early July. There will be war with Serbia.
The Emperor orders mobilisation of seven army corps against Serbia, Plan B. As the next day is a Sunday, the measure is to be proclaimed on Monday, 27 July, and Tuesday, 28 July, will be the first day of mobilisation.
They agree that there will be no military deployment along the frontier with Russia in Galicia and a central reserve will be maintained until it is clear how the crisis is developing.


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