During lunch: The cabinet neutralists meet.
Posted on August 2nd, 1914 by admin
During lunch: The cabinet neutralists meet. Some feel they are being drawn step-by-step into a war for the benefit of France and Russia. They are being “jockeyed” over the German fleet. But Harcourt says he thinks an attack on the French Channel coast is a British interest. They discuss what to say about Belgium at the evening meeting.