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Diary JULY 16, 1914

Richard von Kühlmann, German ambassador in London,
Richard von Kühlmann, German ambassador in London, is working to the end on a German-British settlement.
World War One Diary for Thursday, July 16, 1914:

Count Berchtold cables Minister in Sofia to seek Bulgaria’s alliance against Serbia, but envoy fails to see Tsar Ferdinand by July 31.
Austrian official to Rome Ambassador ‘we absolutely want to avoid the world war although Germany is completely ready to carry it out’.

Krupp-Vickers shell fuse royalty agreement expires.

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