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Morning: The Austro-Hungarian embassy in Rome

Posted on July 24th, 1914 by admin

Morning: The Austro-Hungarian embassy in Rome informs the Italian government of the ultimatum to Serbia. The Italian official notes its terms and says we appear “to have arrived at a turning point in history”.
San Giuliano has already earlier that morning instructed the Italian ambassadors in Berlin, Vienna and also St Petersburg to tell the respective governments that Italy has no formal obligation towards Austria-Hungary and Germany in the event of a Balkan war.


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