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I. Dünya Savaşını Başlatan Olayın Resimleri 28 Haziran 1914

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    <h2>28-Jun-1914 - Assassination in Sarajevo - Photos</h2>
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    		<img src="http://www.worldwar1.com/photos/sapis.jpg" height="133" width="200"></td>
    		<td><font size="-1">Colonel Apis of the <em>"Black Hand"</em> (center), 
    		in reality Colonel Dimitrijevic of Serbian military intelligence. It is 
    		believed he provided the training and weapons for the assassination.</font></td>
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    		<img src="http://www.worldwar1.com/photos/sgprn2.jpg" height="160" width="157"></td>
    		<td><font size="-1">Gravilo Princip (right) and fellow conspirator 
    		Trifko Grabez (left) sit with a friend in Belgrade's Kalmedgan Park. The 
    		time is May, 1914.</font></td>
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    		<img src="http://www.worldwar1.com/photos/hffarrv.jpg" height="140" width="157"></td>
    		<td><font size="-1">Archduke Franz Ferdinand and Sophie arrive at 
    		Sarajevo City Hall accompanied by General Oskar Potiorek (right), 
    		Military Governor of Bosnia.</font></td>
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    		<td align="center">
    		<img src="http://www.worldwar1.com/photos/hffcar2.jpg" height="150" width="220"></td>
    		<td><font size="-1">The couple leaving Sarajevo City Hall and entering 
    		the car for the last time.</font></td>
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    		<td align="center">
    		<img src="http://www.worldwar1.com/photos/gpcust.jpg" height="190" width="220"></td>
    		<td><font size="-1">Princip (second from right) in police custody.</font></td>
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    		<img src="http://www.worldwar1.com/photos/hfffin.jpg" height="140" width="165"></td>
    		<td><font size="-1">The Archduke and Duchess lie in state in Sarajevo.</font></td>
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    		<td align="center">
    		<img src="http://www.worldwar1.com/photos/gprin.jpg" height="150" width="113"></td>
    		<td><font size="-1">The successful assassin, Gavrilo Princip.</font></td>
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     <center><strong>Eulogy from Vienna's <em>Die Fackel (The Torch)</em>, 
    		10-Jul-1914</strong></center>
    
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    		<blockquote>
    			In this era so deplorable for humanity which in our Austrian 
    			laboratory of the apocalypse is expressed by the grimace of 
    			gemütlich sickliness - in such an era the Archduke had the measure 
    			of a man. Only now, as Vienna mimics mourning, do we realize . . . 
    			how much he disdained that indispensable affability used by the 
    			powerful to promote their careers . . . He was no greeter. He had no 
    			winning ways to charm the people past their grievances. He did show 
    			character through his radical championship of the commonplace 
    			against a fake modernity.
    
    			
    
    			He proved himself by his taste. At his estate he opened to the 
    			people a floral landscape intelligible on the most popular level, a 
    			park with few rarefied pretensions . . . He was not part of the 
    			fancy dynamics of Austrian decay . . . he wanted to rouse our era 
    			from its sickness so that it would not sleep past its own death. Now 
    			it sleeps past his.
    		</blockquote>
    		<p align="right">Karl Kraus</td>
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