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Who was the leader of the black hand gang that killed Franz Ferdinand?


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2012-03-28 15:27:55
2012-03-28 15:27:55


it ain't princip,

it was some guy from the bosinian government

he sent the black hand gang all the equipment they needed, that guy was also responsible for the cyanide being in-effective when the gang tried to kill themselves.



thats nt even answering the question :L

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It was Gavrilo Princip that killed Archduke Franz Ferdinand but i don't think he was the leader. when Franz Ferdinand was on the way see injured soldiers the whole of the black hand gang were lined up on the street ready to strike but they all missed and some pulled out so Princip left but the driver of Franz Ferdinands car had took a wrong turn and was heading straight for Princip so he took his chance and killed the Archduke but princip had a disase anyway and was going to die anyway so he tried to comit suicide afterbut the police came first he died of the disease later though.

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