Who started WW One?

Late morning: Bunsen calls on Berchtold.

Posted on July 28th, 1914 by admin

Late morning: Bunsen calls on Berchtold. He says that as the Serbian government has gone a long way to meet Vienna’s demands it might be possible for the four powers suggested by Grey to devise a solution that would be acceptable to Austria-Hungary.
Berchtold makes it clear that Austria-Hungary cannot delay its military preparations and hints that war is to be declared. He says he is aware of the wider European implications but only a Russian intervention would turn a regional dispute into a European crisis.


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