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Diary JULY 13, 1914

World War One Diary for Monday, July 13, 1914:

Rasputin
The monk Grigory Rasputin, who claimed to be able to do wonders, came 1905 in contact with the court of the Tsar. From then on, he practiced primarily on the Tsarina an increasingly dangerous influence.
POLITICS: SERBIA
Reports of projected attack on Austrian Legation at Belgrade.


POLITICS: RUSSIA
Woman stabs Rasputin at his Tobolsk home, Siberia.

POLITICS: FRANCE
Senate revelations (13-14 July) of Army deficiencies.

POLITICS: BRITAIN
The Times leader on ‘Failure of Recruiting’.

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