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What alliances did Serbia have in July 1914?


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Answered 2011-09-13 17:32:38

The war started on July 28 1914, Serbia was in alliance with Russia.

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and russia, was in alliance with Britain and France. (the triple entente).

Germany, austria-Hungary and Italy were also in an alliance (the triple alliance).

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