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Europe--History--July Crisis, 1914


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    • found: Work cat.: Die Julikrise 1914 : wie Deutschland in den Ersten Weltkrieg stolperte, 2006.
    • found: The Great Powers, imperialism, and the German problem, 1865-1925, 1994:p. 202 (the "July crisis" began with Franz Ferdinand's assassination in Sarajevo on 28 June and ended with the outbreak of war in early August of 1914; the confrontation between Serbia and Austria-Hungary initiated the July crisis)
    • found: The origin and prevention of major wars, 1989:p. 226 (since 1961 Fischer and the Hamburg school have clarified further the irresponsible nature of German policy before and during the July crisis; the East European origins of the July crisis) p. 236 (many historians have devoted their attention to the July crisis) p. 261 (the real lesson of the July crisis is that no system of international and military commitment can deal with iterated crises without moving towards breakdown; the Schlieffen Plan presents strong evidence of military compulsion in the July crisis)
    • found: Britannica online, April 3, 2007(Theobald von Bethmann Hollweg: Bethmann is thought to have initiated the July crisis of 1914 with the "blank check" to Austria-Hungary for measures against Serbia)
    • found: First World War.com website, May 21, 2007(feature article: The July Crisis: the so called "July Crisis" actually spans the period from the assassination of the Austro-Hungarian heir to the throne Archduke Franz Ferdinand on 28 June 1914 to the general declaration of war in early August)
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