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Afternoon and later: Izvolsky sends

Posted on July 29th, 1914 by admin

Afternoon and later: Izvolsky sends Sazonov several telegrams about events in France.
He mentions the attitude of the French press which is very pro-Russian and the very warm welcome given to Poincaré on his return from the French visit to St Petersburg.
He also reports that after the cabinet meeting Viviani told him of the determination of the French government to proceed in unity with all French parties.


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