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Diary JUNE 29, 1914

World War One Diary for Monday, June 29, 1914:

Arresting of Princips
The arrest of the assassin Princip the day before. The investigation revealed that there were many connections to military leaders and personalities in Belgrade and also the weapons came from a Serbian military depot.
POLITICS: SERBIA
Secretary of Austrian Legation in Belgrade suggests Serb complicity in Sarajevo murders.


POLITICS: AUSTRIA-HUNGARY
Anti-Serb riots in Vienna, Bruenn, Sarajevo and throughout Bosnia.

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