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Karl Max
(1860–1928)
Prince Lichnowsky. German diplomat, German Ambassador to Austria-Hungary from 1902-4, and Ambassador to the U. K. from 1912-14, who returned to Germany upon the outbreak of World War I. He is mostly remembered for his attempts to prevent the outbreak of WWI by advising to Berlin Government, and his memoir that surfaced in 1917
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