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Sarajevo

Postcard view of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina showing the spot where Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary, and his wife Sophie von Hohenberg were assassinated by Gavrilo Princip on June 28, 1914.
Text:
Sarajewo - Appel Quai mit Lateiner Brücke.
+ Ort, wo das Attentat vom 28 Juni 1914 verübt wurde.
Sarajevo - Appel Quay with Lateiner Bridge.
Spot where the assassination of June 28, 1914 was perpetrated.
Reverse:
Verlag-Naklada : Leon Finzi, Sarajevo.
Message dated November 25, Sarajevo; postmark date: 1915.

Postcard view of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina showing the spot where Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary, and his wife Sophie von Hohenberg were assassinated by Gavrilo Princip on June 28, 1914.

Image text

Sarajewo - Appel Quai mit Lateiner Brücke.

+ Ort, wo das Attentat vom 28 Juni 1914 verübt wurde.



Sarajevo - Appel Quay with Lateiner Bridge.

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



Reverse:

Verlag-Naklada : Leon Finzi, Sarajevo.

Message dated November 25, Sarajevo; postmark date: 1915.

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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