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Early afternoon: Tschirschky reports back to Berlin

Posted on July 30th, 1914 by admin

Early afternoon: Tschirschky reports back to Berlin. He says Austria-Hungary is willing to discuss with Russia all questions directly affecting the two countries, but not the Serbo-Austrian conflict.
In the case of Serbia now that a state of war exists Austria-Hungary’s terms would be different. Berchtold has instructed Szápáry to talk to Sazonov and will himself talk to Shebeko. Tschirschky does not mention that Austria-Hungary intends to order general mobilisation. [More]


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