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(Untitled), 27 Jul 1914

Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 2/64/2

Scope and Contents

Letter from Charles a Court Repington (Naval and Military Club, 94 Piccadilly, [London]) to General Sir Ian Hamilton reporting the views of "L" [? a high-ranking German] on the European situation, in particular the keenness of [?Kaiser Wilhelm II] to avoid war, Germany's ignorance of the wording of the Austrian ultimatum [to Serbia] (which is clearly the work of Count Forgach) before it was issued, the nature of the Russian ultimatum to Austria when Austria invades Serbia, "the sin of England siding with the Slavs against the Teutons", and the perceived weakness of France and Russia. Sent with CHAR 2/64/1.


  • 27 Jul 1914

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