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Morning: In light of optimistic reports – Britain

Posted on July 27th, 1914 by admin

Morning: In light of optimistic reports – Britain and France working to restrain Russia, Britain likely to be neutral, French government against war, Russian reservists have not been called up – Berchtold sees no reason to soften his stand.
He wires Szápáry instructing him not to mention Austria’s “territorial disinterest for the time being”. This contradicts the Germans who are making Austria’s “territorial disinterest” the centre of their diplomatic campaign.


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