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Evening: Tschirschky finally

Posted on July 28th, 1914 by admin

Evening: Tschirschky finally acts on Bethmann’s Monday evening telegram asking for Berchtold’s opinions on Grey’s suggestion that Berlin mediate in Vienna and Sazonov’s desire to have direct talks. Berchtold says he will let Tschirschky have his views very soon though he thinks the British move comes too late. Berchtold claims Serbia has already opened hostilities.
Berchtold also asks Szögyény to thank Jagow for his message regarding any British proposals that Berlin might forward to Vienna. [More]


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