General Mobilization for War in the Balkans

In other news, U.S. imperialism continued its bloody hyperactivity in 1912:
June 5 – U.S. Marines land in Cuba.
June 8 – Carl Laemmle incorporates Universal Pictures.
July 12 – Adolf Zukor, who incorporates Paramount Pictures on May 8, 1914, launches his company as the distributor.
July 30 – Emperor Meiji of Japan dies. He is succeeded by his son Yoshihito who becomes Emperor Taishō. In Japanese History, the event marks the end of the Meiji era and the beginning of the Taishō era.

Italian and Turkish delegates signed a preliminary peace agreement in Switzerland at Ouchy, with the Italian fleet immediately being recalled from the Aegean Sea and Turkish troops withdrawing three days later from Libya.
Turkey declined to reply to the note from the three Balkan states.
Turkish troops bombarded Kriva, Bulgaria.


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