Universal Peace and the Teaching of History (Document 2), item 4

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Thursday, July 23, 1914, the Austrian

government delivered the following

ultimatum to Servia, demanding

a reply by 6 p.m. July 25.

1. Apology by the Servian government

in its official journal for all

Pan-Servian propaganda and

for the participation of Servian

army officers in it, and warning

all Servians in the future

to desist from Anti-Austrian

demonstrations.

2. That orders to this effect

be issued to the Servian army.

3. That Servia dissolve all

societies capable of conducting

intrigues against Austria.

4. That Servia curb the

activities of the Servian press

in regard to Austria.

5. That Austrian officials be

permitted to conduct an inquiry

in Servia, independent of the Servian

government into the Sarajevo plot.

               (over)



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Thursday, July 23, 1914, the Austrian

government delivered the following

ultimatum to Servia, demanding

a reply by 6 p.m. July 25.

1. Apology by the Servian government

in its official journal for all

Pan-Servian propaganda and

for the participation of Servian

army officers in it, and warning

all Servians in the future

to desist from Anti-Austrian

demonstrations.

2. That orders to this effect

be issued to the Servian army.

3. That Servia dissolve all

societies capable of conducting

intrigues against Austria.

4. That Servia curb the

activities of the Servian press

in regard to Austria.

5. That Austrian officials be

permitted to conduct an inquiry

in Servia, independent of the Servian

government into the Sarajevo plot.

               (over)




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  • November 20, 2017 23:02:36 Thomas A. Lingner

    Thursday, July 23, 1914, the Austrian

    government delivered the following

    ultimatum to Servia, demanding

    a reply by 6 p.m. July 25.

    1. Apology by the Servian government

    in its official journal for all

    Pan-Servian propaganda and

    for the participation of Servian

    army officers in it, and warning

    all Servians in the future

    to desist from Anti-Austrian

    demonstrations.

    2. That orders to this effect

    be issued to the Servian army.

    3. That Servia dissolve all

    societies capable of conducting

    intrigues against Austria.

    4. That Servia curb the

    activities of the Servian press

    in regard to Austria.

    5. That Austrian officials be

    permitted to conduct an inquiry

    in Servia, independent of the Servian

    government into the Sarajevo plot.

                   (over)



  • July 11, 2017 20:59:35 Annick Rodriguez

    Thursday, July 23, 1914, the Austrian

    government delivered the following

    ultimatum to Servia , demanding

    a reply by 6 p.m. July 25.

    1. Apology by the Servian government

    in its official journal for all

    Pan-Servian propaganda and

    for the participation of Servian

    army officers in it, and warning

    all Servians in the future

    to desist from Anti-Austrian

    demonstrations.

    2. That orders to this effect

    be issued to the Servian army.

    3. That Servia dissolve all

    societies capable of conducting

    intrigues against Austria.

    4. That Servia curb the

    activities of the Servian press

    in regard to Austria.

    5. That Austrian officials be

    permitted to conduct an inquiry

    in Servia independent of the Servian

    government into the Sarajevo plot.

                   (over)




  • July 11, 2017 20:55:40 Annick Rodriguez

    Thursday, July 23, 1914, the Austrian

    government delivered the following

    ultimatum to Servia , demanding

    a reply by 6 p.m. July 25.

    1. Apology by the Servian government

    in its official journal for all

    Pan-Servian propaganda and

    for the participation of Servian

    army officers in it, and warning

    all 



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