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Diary JULY 12, 1914

 French President Poincare
The French President Poincare (center). Poincare didn’t want to start a World War, but he did everything to keep the alliance with Russia in a good condition.
World War One Diary for Sunday, July 12, 1914:


POLITICS: FRANCE
French President Poincare and Prime Minister Vivani embark at Dunkirk for long-arranged state visit to Russia; they sail in the newly completed battleship France.

POLITICS: AUSTRIA
The Austrian ambassador in Berlin urges Austrian Foreign Minister Berchtold to take immediate and resolute action against Serbia.

POLITICS: SERBIA
King Peter’s birthday.

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