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    Mariah Esquilin Global Perspectives Period 8 October 2, 2014 Gavrilo Princip was not only a terrorist, but he was a murder too. No one should be known for being a revolutionary after they had murdered multiple people. People were killed and terrorized, and Princip needs to be punished for the billions of people who died because of World War I. He used violence for mostly every action taken. All Princip wanted was power, and by this, there was death. Gavrilo Princip is a terrorist because he disturbed Austro- Hungarian rein of power. On June 28th, 1914, Princip assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife, Sophie, the Duchess of Hohenburg. This was the spark that basically led to World War I. After this, occurred, many allies never got along. There was much tension between the countries…

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    This day will go down in history as Gavrilo Princip, a 19 year old Serbian student, kills both Archduke Franz-Ferdinand and his wife, commoner, Sophia Chotek. Franz-Ferdinand and Sophia Chotek were married in 1900. Sophia who was a commoner had children and the children were deemed ineligible for the throne of Austria-Hungary. This time was a time of tension between the two rivaling nations as Austria-Hungary had just annexed the neighboring country Bosnia. Serbia was furious as…

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    June 28 1914, the date of Franz Ferdinand death, majorly affected world history because his life sparked the start of World War 1. Ferdinand was on a family trip with his wife to go meet with Serbian nationalists. Gavrilo Princip, a Serbian nationalist in a with a group of people trying to kill Ferdinand, was not very fond of Ferdinand ideas and how he ruled their country. The Serbian nationalists wanted to break away from the Hungarian norm and create their own independent state. Of course…

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    WWI Is Also Known As “The Great War,” This War Started On July 28th 1914 And It Ended November 11th 1918. The Reason Why This War Started Was Because Austria-hungary's Leader, Archduke Franz Ferdinand Was Assassinated By A Man Named Gavrilo Princip On June 28th 1914. Austria-hungary Was Mad About The Occurrence And Wanted Payback. People Began Killing Off Each Other Due To Alliances. 5,525,000 Military People Had Died In This War.…

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    Underlying causes of World War 1 (DBQ) World War 1 is an important war, we learned some great lessons from it. The thing is, how did the war start. The war started from three main things that triggered and counteracted with each other. Those three things are the alliance systems, nationalism, and militarism also imperialism played a little part as well. The war sparked in the Austria-Hungary empire, when the heir to the Austria-Hungarian throne Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated by a…

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    On June 28, 1914, in Sarajevo, the Archduke of Austria-Hungary Francis Ferdinand and his wife Sophie, duchess of Hohenberg was assassinated by a Serbian terrorist by the name of Gavrilo Princip. Gavrilo was the third of seven assassins that organized by the secret military society from Serbia known as the black hand. The reason Francis Ferdinand assassination was to keep him from making changes when Gavrilo supposed to inherit the Austria-Hungarian throne. With the assassination of their…

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    The Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated by Gavrilo Principon on June 28,1914.The death of Ferdinand is not justified due to the actions and events that followed such as the way he treated his people to why Gavrilo Principon hated him. When Ferdinand was killed word was out instantly. Ferdinand had being the emperor of Austria Hungary at the time and as ruler he did not like the Serbs. The killer was a Serb so the government was angry with…

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    Theresienstadt: What did it do to the Jewish Children? As of October 1941, the concentration camp Terezin became a Jewish ghetto, but life never got any easier for the Jews. In fact, more sprung up. Children were suffering just as much as the adults. But small children can’t work. They were killed. To get away from death, older children had to work and stay as strong as they could until they die of exhaustion. Children are very strong. They are always coming up with new ideas, while…

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    I chose Gavrilo Princip to research because he changed more in this period of history than anyone else by starting World War I. Thousands of people died because of him, and all countries were affected. World War I also changed the way countries fought in wars, making Princip’s actions more impactful than anyone in history. The archduke traveled to Sarajevo in June 1914 to inspect the armed forces in Bosnia and Herzegovina, former Ottoman territories in the turbulent Balkan region that were…

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    Archduke Franz Ferdinand

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    Overview Eva Stammen Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir of the Austria-Hungarian throne, and his wife--Sofia, were assassinated June 28th, 1914. They were murdered in Sarajevo by the Serbian nationalist Gavrilo Princip. Some are to say that this could be the start of tension between Austria-Hungary, but to the Serbians, this was a sign of Heroism. In the eyes of the Serbians, Princip was just doing their country a favor. He was nationalist-- a person who advocates independence for their…

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