Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Germany will continue relationship with Russia despite killing of Tsar

July 22, 1918

The Berlin correspondent for the Danish newspaper, Politiken, tells the New York Times that he "learned from a well informed person" that Germany will continue to maintain "friendly relations with Russia," even after learning of the murder of the former emperor Nicholas II.   

The correspondent states that the no party in Germany "entertained any sympathy" for Nicholas, and his death must be "regarded as purely affecting the Russian people."

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