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A picture taken on January 14, 2014 shows the Latin Bridge and the street corner where Serbian nationalist Gavrilo Princip assassinated Austro-Hungarian heir to the throne Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his pregnant wife Sophia on June 28, 1914. Although the underlying causes of World War I are well known -- simmering tensions between rival blocs, bound by a complex network of alliances -- the assassination in Sarajevo has long been considered as the trigger for the beginning of the 1914-18 conflict. AFP PHOTO / ELVIS BARUKCIC (Photo by ELVIS BARUKCIC / AFP) (Photo by ELVIS BARUKCIC/AFP via Getty Images)
A picture taken on January 14, 2014 shows the Latin Bridge and the street corner where Serbian nationalist Gavrilo Princip assassinated Austro-Hungarian heir to the throne Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his pregnant wife Sophia on June 28, 1914. Although the underlying causes of World War I are well known -- simmering tensions between rival blocs, bound by a complex network of alliances -- the assassination in Sarajevo has long been considered as the trigger for the beginning of the 1914-18 conflict. AFP PHOTO / ELVIS BARUKCIC (Photo by ELVIS BARUKCIC / AFP) (Photo by ELVIS BARUKCIC/AFP via Getty Images)
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