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WWI ARGUS ARCHIVE: 'If dispute remains local, Britain will not interfere'

Sir Edward Grey, the British Foreign Secretary said Britain would not interfere, so long as 'the dispute was one between Austria and Serbia alone'

Sir Edward Grey, the British Foreign Secretary said Britain would not interfere, so long as 'the dispute was one between Austria and Serbia alone'

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