Suffragettes' protests disrupt the King's visit to Scotland.
Crowds gather for the first London to Paris Air Race.
The Russian monk Rasputin is attacked.
The investigation into the assassination of Franz Ferdinand reports back to Vienna.
The French parliament hears revelations that the military is short of arms.
Jean Jaures calls for an international general strike in the event of war.
A meeting of Suffragettes is attacked by a mob.
Lloyd George warns of civil unrest among the trade unions and in Ireland.
Mohandas Gandhi leaves South Africa.
The Royal Navy fleet gathers for a review by the King.
The German government receives word that Britain will remain neutral.
The Hungarian prime minister Istvan Tisza blocks immediate retaliation on Serbia.
The French President arrives on a state visit to Russia.
The King warns of civil war in Britain over Irish Home Rule.
The Russian royal family give a lavish welcome to the French President.
Austria-Hungary delivers the ultimatum to Serbia.
Britain and Russia react to Austria-Hungary's ultimatum.
Margaret Macmillan tells the story of the events leading up to the First World War.
The British foreign secretary proposes mediation to settle the Balkan crisis.
Reactions to British soldiers shooting unarmed protesters in Dublin.
The Archduke Franz Ferdinand is visiting Bosnia for military manoeuvres.
Austria-Hungary declares war on Serbia.
The Serbian nationalist Gavrilo Princip assassinates Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo.
The Kaiser sends a telegram to the Tsar to try to prevent war.
The government of Austria-Hungary debates how to react to the assassination in Sarajevo.
The British cabinet is split over whether to join the war.
Gavrilo Princip confesses to the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
The tsar orders a full mobilisation of the Russian army.
The Royal Navy makes a friendly visit to Germany.
Panic in the financial markets as the Bank of England is forced to close.
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