July 1914 Soldiers, Statesmen, and the Coming of the Great War - A Brief Documentary History

ISBN-10: 0312120109

ISBN-13: 9780312120108

Edition: 2003 (Revised)

Authors: Samuel R. Williamson, Russell Van Wyk, Samuel R. Jr. R. Williamson

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List price: $16.99
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Bedford/Saint Martin's
Publication date: 2/6/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 284
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

A Note on the Texts
List of Illustrations
Introduction: Civil-Military Relations and July 1914
July 1914: The Crisis
Pasic, Apis, and the Battle for Serbia
The Emergence of the Conspirator
The Conspirators' Oath, 1912
Description of Apis, 1923
Assessment of Apis, 1937
The Oath of the Black Hand, 1911
Apis's Implacable Enemy: Nikola Pasic
The Plot to Assassinate Archduke Franz Ferdinand
On Belgrade's Knowledge of the Conspiracy, 1924
Letter to Nikola Pasic, June 15, 1914
Reply to the Army Commander, June 21, 1914
Report to Conrad, June 21, 1914
Pasic After the Assassination: The Confrontation with Vienna
Serbian Press Comment, The Pi�mont, July 1, 1914
Nikola Pasic, Telegram to all Serbian missions abroad except Vienna, July 18-19, 1914
The Habsburg Ultimatum to Serbia, July 23, 1914
Serbia After the Ultimatum
Telegrams to Belgrade, July 24-25, 1914
The Serbian Response to Vienna's Ultimatum, July 25, 1914
Berchtold and Conrad Push Austria-Hungary to War
The Complex Habsburg Inheritance
Conrad and Berchtold before Sarajevo: The Struggle for Control
Letter to Gina von Reininghaus, December 26, 1908
Letter to Berchtold, December 23, 1912
Extract of Ministerial Meeting, October 13, 1913
Vienna Resolves to Act
Letter to Gina von Reininghaus, June 28, 1914
Notes on His Meeting with Conrad, June 29, 1914
Notes on His Audience with Emperor Franz Joseph, July 5, 1914
Minutes of the Common Ministerial Council, July 7, 1914
Minutes of the Common Ministerial Council, July 19, 1914
The Last Steps to War
Notes on His Audience with Emperor Franz Joseph, July 30, 1914
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