Russia to Invade Austria – July 29, 1914

July 29, 1914, Russia to Invade Austria
July 29 1914: VIENNA– War was officially declared today by Austria-Hungary and offensive operations against Servia were begun. Austrian troops crossed the frontier, marching to Mitrovitza, the Servians being driven back.

July 29, 1914, Page 2

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2 Responses to Russia to Invade Austria – July 29, 1914

  1. Mary Mallory says:

    Things haven’t changed too much, what with Serbs and Croats going after each other 20 years ago. And basically World War II started when Germany invaded Poland and Czechoslovakia.

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  2. eve says:

    As my father (and John Hurt as Caligula) used to say, “aren’t people just AWFUL?”

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