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Paris: Bertie reports to London

Posted on July 25th, 1914 by admin

Paris: Bertie reports to London that he has told Bienvenu-Martin that in democratic countries such as England and France war could not be made without the support of public opinion and public opinion in England would not sanction a war in support of Russia if she went to the aid of Serbia.
As a private individual Bienvenu-Martin agreed. It would be difficult to get the support of the French people in this case. Bertie thinks France will advise Russia to moderate its support for Serbia.


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