Lecturer: Liz Mayor
Tuesday 4.30-6.30 PM
6 weeks £ 90 – £10
The assassination of Franz Ferdinand is usually seen as a short-term cause of WWI. In a world of lumbering empires, an international war was seemingly inevitable and, as heir presumptive to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Franz Ferdinand was an obvious target.
Who was Franz Ferdinand and what happened upon this fateful day, which led to the trauma and slaughter of WWI?
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