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Message Subject War to return to balkans
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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I wonder if there's still animosity from WWI. Damn you, Gavrilo Princip! Look at all the chaos and trouble you've caused.

Actually, that's sort of true. Just think...one assassin's bullet assassinating the crown prince of the Austro-Hungarian Empire while he was visiting Sarajevo, and we have WWI, which led to the Balfour Declaration and European jews to the Holy Land, and the destruction of the Ottoman Turkish Empire, which led to the British and French carving up of the middle east into pretty ridiculous nation-states, with little regard for religions, clans, tribes, etc.

Nice going, Gavrilo.
 Quoting: Thor's Hamster


And, need I even mention, the post-war treatment of Germany which led to the rise of National Socialism and Hitler.

Also, WWI taxed the Russian czar's resources, so the communist revolution had an easier time of succeeding in Russia.

ONE BULLET caused all that.

A little known fact about that day in June 1914 in Sarajevo. The assassin, Gavrilo Princip, tried to assassinate Archduke Franz Ferdinand earlier that day, BUT FAILED. Some of the Archduke's retinue thought he best he cancel the rest of his trip, but he insisted on continuing. A few hours later, Gavrilo Princip succeeded in assassinating him. I personally think there's much more to the story than we've conventionally led to believe. I think Gavrilo was working for a group or entity that we haven't been told about.
 Quoting: Thor's Hamster


Agreed the treaty of Versailles pushed Germany into a corner because of financial demands to make reparations it could not meet.
Just as Germany today is doing to Greece,Spain,and soon Portugal,Italy,Ireland.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 
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