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Morning: Lichnowsky calls on Asquith

Posted on August 2nd, 1914 by admin

Morning: Lichnowsky calls on Asquith. Asquith tells him war between Britain and Germany is unthinkable but it rests largely with Germany to make British intervention impossible if she would (i) not invade Belgium and (ii) not send her fleet into the Channel to attack the unprotected north coast of France.


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