Excerpt from The Great War: A Review in Miniature
Serbia replied Within the time and offered full satisfaction, protesting only against certain details (such as Aus tria's participation in the prosecutionand punishment), and proposing to leave all differences to be settled by... the International Tribunal at the Hague, or by the Powers interested at the time of the transfer of Bosnia to Austria. The Dual Monarchy (as Austro - Hun gary is called), refused, in spite of pro tests and offers of mediation from Eng land, Russia, France and Italy, to ac cept Serbia's terms of restitution, show ing that she (austria) had been bent on aggression, with the murders only as a pretext. The Great Powers had called on Germany also to protest, and she pretended to do so, saying, how ever, that it should be a matter between Austria and Serbia alone.
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