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Berlin: Stumm talks to the representatives

Posted on July 26th, 1914 by admin

Berlin: Stumm talks to the representatives of the smaller German states. The best policy is “quiet perseverance”. Britain desires peace and is taking steps in that sense at St Petersburg.
Russia is not ready for war and the poor state of French armaments recently revealed in the Senate would make Paris incline towards peace as well.
Germany supports Austro-Hungary because it “could no longer look on as the Austro-Hungarian state was eaten up from the inside by Serbdom”.


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