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9.30. A.M.: Tirpitz approves suggestion

Posted on August 3rd, 1914 by admin

9.30. A.M.: Tirpitz approves suggestion that Germany refrains from naval actions that might provoke the British. Jagow telegrams Lichnowsky saying “We can definitely state that a threat to the French north coast on our part will not take place as long as England remains neutral”.


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