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Paris: Izvolsky returns to Paris. He sends

Posted on July 27th, 1914 by admin

Paris: Izvolsky returns to Paris. He sends a telegram to St Petersburg saying Bienvenu-Martin and his colleagues understand the situation and are determined to give Russia full support and avoid the slightest hint of a difference of opinion.
Later he gets a telegram from Sazonov who is concerned with what Bienvenu-Martin said to Schoen on the 26 July about a moderating influence at St Petersburg. Sazonov rejects this as Russia has already met all acceptable demands on the part of Austria.


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