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Sarajevo

Postcard of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, showing Appel Quay and the Lateiner bridge at the intersection where Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophia were shot and killed by Gavrilo Princip on June 28, 1914. The card is field postmarked by a Landstrumm Infantry Regiment, with a message dated July 3, 1915.
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+ Ort, wo das Attentat vom 2[8] Juni 1914 verübt wurde.
Sarajevo - Appel Quay
Spot where the assassination was perpetrated on June 28, 1914.

Postcard of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, showing Appel Quay and the Lateiner bridge at the intersection where Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophia were shot and killed by Gavrilo Princip on June 28, 1914. The card is field postmarked by a Landstrumm Infantry Regiment, with a message dated July 3, 1915.

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Sarajewo - Appel Quai

+ Ort, wo das Attentat vom 2[8] Juni 1914 verübt wurde.

Sarajevo - Appel Quay

Spot where the assassination was perpetrated on June 28, 1914.

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Sarajevo, a city in Bosnia-Herzogivina, part of Austria-Hungary, and the city in which Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated on July 28, 1914, precipitating the crisis that led to World War One.

Sarajevo is a city in Bosnia-Herzegovina.

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Statistics for Sarajevo (1)

Type Statistic
Population Population 51,949

Books about Sarajevo (3)

Title Author Last Name Author First Name
The Road to Sarajevo Dedijer Vladimir
Sarajevo: The Story of a Political Murder Remak Joachim
One Morning in Sarajevo: 28 June 1914 Smith David James