NASA: Venus and Mars to The Sun
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Page 2: Foreign Secretary Edward Grey: Balkans Crisis Arbitration 1903-1914.
1914: A general willingness to believe "war was something that was not going to happen in Europe."
Page 3: "Caught Looking": American Major League Baseball Physical
Working Model of European/British Response to June 28-July 1914 Crisis

June 28-July 1914: The Strategy of Hope
Confusion Between Defensive/Offensive Military Preparations
Foreign Secretary Edward Grey: Delayed Telegrams June-July 1914
Foreign Secretary Edward Grey on the Causes of World War I
Winston Churchill on the June 28-July 1914 Crisis
Historians on Causes of World War I
June 29th-July 1914, Wagons-Lits to the French Riviera

Post-June 28-July 1914/WWI:
July 16, 1945: Trinity
Effects of Atomic Detonations: Hiroshima, Nagasaki
Japan: Feasibility of Atomic Demonstration-Test in 1945
USAF Boeing B-52 Stratofortress

Venus is in an elliptical orbit around the Sun. The average distance from Venus to the Sun is ≈ 67,238,000 miles or 108,209,000 km. According to NASA, Apollo 11 reached 24,200mph, or 38,600km/hr in its flight to the Moon. Venus to the Sun would take ≈ 2800 hours, or 16.5 weeks.

For Apollo 11 to fly from Venus to the Sun and back would take ≈ 33 weeks, a bit less than the 8.5-9 months it took to settle 1 local crisis between 2 tiny countries in the Balkans.

Mars to the Sun is about 227.9 million kilometers. At Apollo's 24,200mph, or 38,600km/hr, it would take ≈ 35 weeks to voyage to the Sun.