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A Multimedia History of World War One

A Multimedia History of World War One
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Feature Articles - The Causes of World War One June 28 in Sarajevo We'll start with the facts and work back: it may make it all the easier to understand how World War One actually happened. The events of July and early August 1914 are a classic case of "one thing led to another" - otherwise known as the treaty alliance system. The explosive that was World War One had been long in the stockpiling; the spark was the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, in Sarajevo on 28 June 1914. Ferdinand's death at the hands of the Black Hand, a Serbian nationalist secret society, set in train a mindlessly mechanical series of events that culminated in the world's first global war. Austria-Hungary's Reaction Austria-Hungary's reaction to the death of their heir (who was in any case not greatly beloved by the Emperor, Franz Josef, or his government) was three weeks in coming. However, Serbia had long had Slavic ties with Russia, an altogether different proposition for Austria-Hungary. One Thing Led to Another

BBC News | World War I | The Great War: 80 years on Monday, November 2, 1998 Published at 14:42 GMT The Great War: 80 years on It is 80 years since the armistice silenced the guns of World War I. The war lasted from 1914-18, claimed 10 million lives and forever changed the political map of Europe. Archive radio interviews "There was nothing but brown earth, shell holes and death" Images and newsreelFootage and photographs from the battlefields. Letters home Soldiers revealed their hopes and fears in letters sent from the front. My grandfather's warBBC reporter Andrew Bell retraces his grandfather's movements on the western front.Your stories Email BBC News Online with your family stories or memories of World War I. The war to end all wars World War I was a struggle between Europe's great powers grouped into two hostile alliances. 1918: The end of stalemateIn 1918 a dramatic change took place on the western front - huge swathes of territory were lost and won. Back to top | BBC News Home | BBC Homepage | ©

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