July Crisis
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July Crisis

Few topics from the history of the First World War have been discussed more intensively by historians and in the public arena than the July Crisis of 1914. Into the 1930s in Germany, the foremost question was that of the justice of the accusation of “war guilt” as expressed in Article 231 of the Versailles Treaty. In this case the predominant opinion initially, and even after the Second World War, was that all the powers “stumbled” into war. In the 1960s, Fritz Fischer brought to the c…

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Krumeich, Gerd, “July Crisis”, in: Brill’s Digital Library of World War I. Consulted online on 28 April 2017 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/2352-3786_dlws1_beww1_en_0324>
First published online: 2015



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