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Rome: San Giuliano tells Rodd

Posted on July 28th, 1914 by admin

Rome: San Giuliano tells Rodd the Austro-Hungarian ultimatum is a deliberate provocation to war or “le triomphe de l’imbecilite”.
Italy supports Britain’s mediation proposals. San Giuliano says the Serbian representative in Rome has said Belgrade might accept all the demands with some further explanations. San Giuliano thinks Serbia should do this, the Austro-Hungarians suspend hostilities, and then let the diplomats work out any difficulties. [More]


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