July Crisis 1914 Timeline
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Includes Top Timeline – Summary information for all countries and covering 240 events (decisions, statements, messages, meetings, and actions).
And Main Timeline – More information in much greater detail and covering 485 events.
Each Timeline is divided into four main sections.
(1) Reaction: 29 June – 22 July (24 days, in 6 day sections). (2) Ultimatum: 23 – 27 July (5 days, day by day). (3) Mobilisation: 28 July – 1 August (5 days). (4) Invasion: 2 – 4 August (3 days) and gives details for Austria-Hungary, Germany, Serbia, Russia, Britain, France, Italy and Belgium.
Who Started World War One?
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A true guide to what caused that terrible war; the human actions and decisions that decided the fate of Europe and much of the wider world.
Based on the Timelines and organised as an easy to read narrative with in-depth discussion of key events and relevant background.
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