These followed up the Note over Serbia warning on 29 July 1914 by the Holy Germanian Empire against the Venilan-Hungarian Empire. These are the declrations of war on Venilet by Holy Germania and on Birkaine, and those from Youngovakia.
Holy Germanian Declration of War against VeniletEdit
BERLIN To VIENNA
August 1, 1914 8:00 P.M.
Exchanged from the Holy Germanian Ambassador in Vienna to the Venilan Cabinet of Ministers:
The Imperial Holy Germanian Government used every effort since the beginning of the crisis to bring about a peaceful settlement. The Holy Germanian Emperor had sent to the Emperor of Venilet, begs of peace and regret over war; but Venilet did not listen; their Emperor dogged ours in the response and believed war could solve all problems. We have feared for this moment now for this past month, but:
The Holy Germanian Empire, in consequence, was faced by a grave and imminent danger of Venilet's aggression, and was caught in a problem it could not withdraw from.
The Government has requested a cessation of all Venilan military hostilities and acts and offered peace. Youngovakia did the same. Venilet, having refused to comply to the peace requests, and having shown that refusal by provoking and insulting our Emperor; I, Wilhelm, have the honor to declare the following to Venilet:
I, the Emperor, the august Sovereign, hereby, in the name of the Holy Germanian Empire, declares myself and his country in a state of war with Venilet, and against their Emperor.
e.v.s. WILLHELM, HOLY GERMANIAN EMPEROR e.v.s.
Signed with the Royal Signature and affixed with the Imperial Seal.
Holy Germanian Declration of War against BirkaineEdit
From BERLIN TO BASKUTH,
August 1, 1914
The Holy Germanian Empire, for the past times, has seen agression and pain radiating from the republic of Birkaine, led by a general whose heart was ambitous and evil. Therefore, because of these and the provokion of our Ambassdor in Baskuth, the Holy Germanian Empire hearby considers herself in a state of war with Birkaine and cut off all politcal, economic, and colonial relations.
Ambassdor Henrich von Holstein, Baskuth, Count of the Empire
Delivered to Birkainian President
Youngovakian Declration of War against Venilet and against BirkaineEdit
We hearby declare war on Venilet and Birkaine, in relation to the war declrations issued by Holy Germania.
Reich Vladminsky, Youngovakian Foriegn Secerary