The New York Times Current History of the European War, Vol. 1, January 9, 1915

What Americans Say to Europe

Author: Various Authors
Co-author: New York Times
Published: 1915
Language: English
Wordcount: 130,737 / 394 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 51.2
LoC Category: D
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Added to site: 2005.09.17
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Genre: History
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"asked the German Ambassador today (July 20) if he had any news of what was going on in Vienna with regard to Servia." The German Ambassador replied "that he had not, but Austria was certainly going to take some step."

Sir Edward Grey adds that he told the German Ambassador that he had learned that Count Berchtold, the Austrian Foreign Minister,

"in speaking to the Italian Ambassador in Vienna, had deprecated the suggestion that the situation was grave, but had said that it should be cleared up."

The German Minister then replied that it would be desirable "if Russia could act as a mediator with regard to Servia," so that the first suggestion of Russia playing the part of the peacemaker came from the German Ambassador in London. Sir Edward Grey then adds that he told the German Ambassador that he

"assumed that the Austrian Government would not do anything until they had first disclosed to the public their case against Servia, founded presumably upon what

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