Kaiser Wilhelm's Reaction to the Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand - John G. Stoessinger
Kaiser Wilhelm was a moody man with a mercurial tempter. The romantic predicament of his Austrian friend had appealed to him, and he had formed a deep and apparently personal attachment to him. He was deeply shaken when he heard that the Archduke's last words to his wife were "Sophie, Sophie, do not die, live for our children," before death claimed them both, and his fury and indignation toward the Serbians were thoroughly aroused; he described them as "bandits" and "murderers."
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