: The Great war
: Allen, George Henry, 1876- Whitehead, Henry C., 1873- Chadwick, French Ensor, 1844-1919 Sims, William Sowden, 1858-1936 McAndrew, James William, 1862-1922 Wiley, Edwin, 1872-
: World War, 1914-1918
: Philadelphia : G. Barrie's Sons
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Sacking the house ami destroying the furniture of a Serbian in Sarajevo.
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The younger generations enthusiastic reception in Berlinof the news of war. Moral Forces in the Teutonic Empires 21 The official Fremdenblatt in Vienna denied the supposedchange in the Austro-Hungarian policy on September 25thin the following terms: The report of (Sir Maurice) de Bunsen, former BritishAmbassador in Vienna, of September 1, 1914, regardingthe background of the present war, as published by theBritish government, contains the statement of his Rus-sian colleague that the Austro-Hungarian Ambassador inSt. Petersburg, Szapary, informed Minister Sazonoff thatAustria-Hungary agreed to submit to mediation the pointsin the note to Serbia which were incompatible with Serbianindependence. As we learn from an authoritative source, this statementdisagrees entirely with the facts. . . . The passage citedin the ambassadors report is due to a design of repre-senting the action of German diplomacy as the real cause ofthe outbreak of the war by alleging that Austria-Hungaryadopted a yiel
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