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Diary JUNE 30, 1914

World War One Diary for Tuesday, June 30, 1914:

Emperor Francis Joseph I
Emperor Francis Joseph I (1830-1916) was the last European monarch of the old school. Peace-loving he didn’t like political conflicts.
German Ambassador in Vienna informs Berlin that the Austrian Foreign Minister Count Berchtold holds Belgrade for responsible of the assassination.

Francis Joseph receives Hungarian government condolences, but its Prime Minister Count Tisza urges passive policy.

Addresses in Parliament on murdered the Archduke.

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