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Diary JULY 15, 1914

Austrian commemorative postage stamp
Austrian commemorative postage stamp for the victims of Sarajevo.
World War One Diary for Wednesday, July 15, 1914:

Count Tisza tells Budapest Chamber relations with Serbia ‘must be cleared up’.

Senat passes £56.3 million military credits plus first general income tax (beginning 1916).

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