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Diary JULY 9, 1914

World War One Diary for Thursday, July 9, 1914:

Count Berchtold
Count Berchtold, the Austrian Foreign Minister.
POLITICS: AUSTRIA
The Emperor receives Baron Wiesner initial report on Sarajevo murders. Count Berchtold comments ‘His Majesty seemed ready for action against Serbia’


POLITICS: BRITAIN
The Times describes Austrian press campaign against Serbia (‘pestilent rats’). Scheme for Provincial Government in Ireland drawn up in House of Lords.

NEUTRALS: ALBANIA
Epirot rebels capture Koritza, Klesura and Terpelen.

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