(Arch Duke Franz Ferdinand)
The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand was the "spark" required to light the powder keg which started WW1.
the assassination of ferdinan (maybe)
Yes, The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
Tha assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
The assassination of archduke Franz Ferdinand
It started because of the assassination of the Arch Duke of Austria-Hungary Franz Ferdinand.
WW1 started in 1914 and for America it started in 1917 and ended in 1918
The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand triggered WW1.
Probably not, seeing as his assassination was what started the whole war.
The assassination of Archduke Ferdinand and his wife was the spark that started the war.
The assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria 28 June 1914 .
It was Archduke Franz Ferdinands assassination that is thought to be the "spark" that started ww1
It wasn't directly a country that started WW1 but there wasn't a specific event that caused it either, it was just a build up of events. One of the most common and one of the biggest events that happened before WW1 was the assassination of Arch Duke Franz Ferdinand.
WW1 started because of the assassination of archduke franz ferdinand.The Second World War was started by Germany in an unprovoked attack on Poland.
Austria-Hungary and Serbia had the conflict over Bosnia and the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand that began the war, but Russia was the country that joined on Serbia's side and widened it into a war.
The US didn't really know about the assassination, you see, after the assassination of Francis, the country declares war on them, if you learnes, Alliances was another effect that lead to ww1, as they country's started to fight their alliance helped them, and soon the world was in war
Germany they started it ...
Hitler wanted revenge to France and Europe after they won WW1. Hitler was a young soldier in WW1 and after Germany lost he felt that his country was put to shame so he started WW2 to show his country was powerful.
The assassination precipitated the fighting of WW1.
ww1 assassination of Archduke Ferdinand ww2 German invasion of Poland
assassination of archduke Ferdinand
The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand at Sarajevo, was the direct cause of WW1.
WW1 started in 1913 and continued till 1918. It had two sides: The Triple Alliance which consisted of Germany, Austria-Hungry (Which was one country) and Italy. Also there was The Triple Entente which was Britain, France and Russia.
Almost all countries were involved in WW1 . But everything started with the assassination on Franz Ferdinand. The assassin was Gavrilo Princip, member of Organization "Mlada Bosna". We can say that at the start the WW1 was between Kingdom of Yugoslavia and Austro-Hungarian Empire, but later, as I said in the first sentence, almost whole world was involved in WW1.I hope I helped you.Pardon my french :)
Answer Yes. Hitler's agreesive actions was what started WW2. There were a lot of factors that lead to unrest, which brought Hitler to power but he lead the country to attack the other countries in Europe. For comparison, WW1 was started by the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand of Austria but was fueled by treaties between neighboring countries and local disputes between them. Answer Yes. Hitler's agreesive actions was what started WW2. There were a lot of factors that lead to unrest, which brought Hitler to power but he lead the country to attack the other countries in Europe. For comparison, WW1 was started by the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand of Austria but was fueled by treaties between neighboring countries and local disputes between them.