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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.
POLITICS: GERMANY
German Ambassador in Vienna informs Berlin that the Austrian Foreign Minister Count Berchtold holds Belgrade for responsible of the assassination.


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

POLITICS: BRITAIN
Addresses in Parliament on murdered the Archduke.

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