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Diary JULY 14, 1914

Woodrow Wilson is speaking in Philadelphia
American President Woodrow Wilson is speaking in Philadelphia on Independence Day.
World War One Diary for Tuesday, July 14, 1914:
Council of Ministers finally decide on action against Serbia; 48-hour ultimatum to be delivered on July 25, after French State visit to Russia and harvesting. Berchtold gives Berlin no details, only date.

House of Lords passes Government of Ireland Amending Bill.

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