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    wars this is one from the past in July 28, 1914 to November 11, 1918. This all started when Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria was assassinated, a month later Austria-Hungary declared war on serbia making the first world war. According to How did the world war 1 started Facts and worksheets “When Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria was assassinated.” The main fight of the war was between Russia and Austria mostly because of miscalculation, misunderstanding and miscommunication between the…

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    called Archduke Franz Ferdinand. Setting off a chain of events leading up to World War 1 that would end with millions dead and wounded for life. Archduke Franz Ferdinand’s assassination in Sarajevo on the 28th of June in 1914, by a rebel called Gavrilo Princip who shot Ferdinand and…

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    a major event in time that historians today still look upon. Although there were multiple causes of The Great War the major causes lead to this big chaos. The main underlying causes were alliances, imperialism, and the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. These main causes lead the road to the Great War that now remains in history but is still looked upon to this day. Allow this was a historical time in history a lot of other little tensions sparked this war as well.…

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    Essay On The July Crisis

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    In June of 1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the Heir to the Austrian throne, and his wife Sophie visited the territory of Bosnia-Herzegovina to observe routine Austrian military maneuvers. It was in the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo where both the Archduke and his wife lost their lives at the hands of a group of young Bosnian nationalists, who sought to liberate Bosnia from Austrian subjugation. The murder of the Archduke precipitated the July Crisis, where over the course of the month the great…

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    Two events that were major turning points in history are the outbreak of the bubanic plague and the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand. These events sparked major changes due to the number of people who were effected by the results of the events. The bubanic plague had devastating effects on the social and economic lifestyles of Europeans, while the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand had consequential effects on the major powers at the time. The bubanic plague devastated many aspects…

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    led to the assassination of Franz Ferdinand and the first declaration of war on Serbia by Austria-Hungary, and the joining by Italy, Germany, Russia, France, Britain and their respective allies. The assassination of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand by Gavrilo Princip took place in a visit to Sarajevo, Bosnia in June 28, 1914 under the leadership of the Serbian Nationalist movement. The assassination group “The Black Hand”, composed…

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    Why is World War I important? It’s important because it changes how each country negotiate and there are many countries that are involved in this war. There are many incidents that leads to World War I, which includes the assassination of the Archduke of Austria and his wife, alliances, militarism, imperialism and nationalism, altogether known as the July Crisis. The…

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    World War One would have occurred, even without the assassination of Heir to the Austria-Hungarian throne Archduke Franz Ferdinand. A. Tharoor, Ishaan. "The Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and the Drumbeats of War." Washington Post. The Washington Post, 28 June 2014. Web. 04 Dec. 2015. B. The Article was written to inform readers about Ferdinand’s assassination details, effects, and how different countries are remembering the assassination as the 100 year anniversary passes…

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    damage in one’s nation military forces; millions of soldiers sacrificed, especially men; loss of countless innocent lives; corrupted dynasties; economically decline due to the massive purchase of weapons. Specifically, the war itself was hindered when Austria-Hungary invaded thus declaring war to the Kingdom of Serbia on the 28th of July in 1914. An uncontrollable complicated human disaster was bound to set off from then on…

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    The First World War (WWI)

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    and 11 November 11th, 1918.WWI was caused by militarism, alliances, nationalism, imperialism, and the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. To begin, militarism between Germany and England helped to set up the foundation for WWI. When the twentieth century began, so did the arms race (of WWI). (The Germans wanted an empire rivaling the French and English empires,…

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