When the earlier attempt at assasination of Franz Ferdinand had failed, Gavrilo Princip ducked into Schiller's Delicatessen for a quick bite to eat. Quite by accident, when he left the shop, the Archduke's 1911 Graf and Stift touring car was backing up beside him after making a wrong turn. Princip whipped out his pistol and fired two shots. (No cheese sanwich meant no accidental meeting, no assasination and no WWI.)
The main trigger for the war was the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary.
The 'trigger' that kick-started World War I was the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand of Austria - by Yugoslavian nationalist Gavrilo Princip.
Because......... if principe had not gone and got a sandwich and the driver had not taken the wrong turn then principe would not have been able to have shot him.In the event of this happening Franc Ferdinand and his pregnant wife both died at 11.30 that day.
The assassination of the Archduke of Austria-Hungary was the final trigger for World War 1. He was killed by a Serbian terrorist. It was supposed to be a small war, but broke out into something much bigger.
The assasination of Archduke Ferdinand of Austria was the trigger for World War 1
the great depression triggered WWI
sorry to say , yes
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yes because Gavrilo Princip missed his chance to assassinate Archduke Ferdinand (which would have started WW1). After that he went to get a sandwich and while he was there he spotted the archduke and shot him, thus starting WW1! So in a strange way a sandwich DID start World War 1
The assassination of Archduke Ferdinand.
Germans invaded Poland resulting in a long series of wars now know as the World War 2.
world war 1 created conditions within Russia that helped trigger a revolution.
Franz Ferdinand was the trigger to ww1
* chicken grits
There are other factors, but the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand in 1914 is generally thought to have been of great importance as a trigger.
he danced like a chicken and invented the chicken dance
Italians Working at Hog Island during World War 1 introduced the sandwich it became known as the Hog Island sandwich and eventually the Hoagie
NO! Go back to where you came from, you idiot!
Yes, it was the spark that began World War One.