Afternoon: In answer to a parliamentary question
Posted on July 27th, 1914 by admin
Afternoon: In answer to a parliamentary question from the leader of the opposition, Grey tells parliament about his four-power mediation proposal, and the latest proposal for an ambassadors’ conference in London.
He explains that as matters are so grave and urgent he has to take the risk of making proposals that might not be accepted. He also warns that if another great power becomes involved in the Austro-Serbian dispute, it will be the greatest catastrophe ever to befall Europe in one blow.