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Diary JULY 1, 1914

World War One Diary for Wednesday, July 1, 1914:

Trieste: Austrian officers wearing mourning ribbons
Austrian officers wearing mourning ribbons to mark the arrival of the coffins of Franz Ferdinand and his wife on board the Virbius Unitis in Trieste.
POLITICS: AUSTRIA
Austrian battleship Viribus Unitis arrives at Trieste with Sarajevo victims’ bodies.


POLITICS: SOUTH AFRICA
Indian Relief Act.

POLITICS: USA
Navy Prohibition begins and in West Virginia.

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