How Did Austria-Hungary Declared War On Russia

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When Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia, Russia was ready to support them with their mobilization plans. During this time mobilization was considered an act of war. The Russian mobilization plans were based on a war against Germany and Austria-Hungary. So when the Czar ordered a partial mobilization of the Russian army against Austria-Hungary, they could not partially mobilize due to the plans. Czar Nicholas II ordered his army to continue with the full mobilization, even though he knew Germany would consider this as an act of war. When Germany found out about the mobilization they warned them to back off and when they did not, Germany declared war on Russia. The Germans also had a military plan called the Schlieffen Plan,

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