The guy blamed for starting WW1
He ate a sandwich at exactly the wrong place.
GAvrio Princip was a Serbian assassin , He killed ArchDuke Franz Ferdinand and this caused the first world war
The black hand was a secret group of Serbian assasins pledged to kill Ferdinand of the Austro-Hungarian Empire
The Black Hand was the secret Serbian Nationalist organization. Some historians say it was more a mythical concept than a real organization, and others, especially fiction writers, treat it like a cross between the Cosa Nostra and the Illuminati.
"A" for imagination ?
He is a Bosnian Serb, who assassinated Archduke Ferdinand of the Austria-Hungarian Empire, thereby giving Europe an excuse to indulge in the “short war,” they were all expecting, which lead to the downfall of Europe, and the current situation we find the world in.
I’ll take a shot at it.
My grandparents’ exit visa was signed by the guy he killed, Archduke Francis Ferdinand.
Wasn’t he the towel boy at that bath house in San Francisco?
He allegedly killed Arch Duke Ferdinand and his wife Sophie. However, they recovered from their wounds and were found later in 1924 living in the south of France. WW1 therefor was a mistake.
Yup, guy who started WW1 - assassinated Archduke Ferdinand. Black Hand was the Serbian Anarchist group he belonged to.
The bonus question gave it away.
A philosopher with a gun.
One thing is certain: Jesse Watters will never ask that question on a future episode of O’Reilly.
Father Guido Sarduchi’s brother?
IMO there is a strong argument to be made that he was the most influential person of the 20th century.
GLASGOW, SCOTLANDLead singer and guitarist for pop band Franz Ferdinand, Alexander Kapranos, is in critical condition today after being shot by a man identified as the bassist for rock group Gavrilo Princip. "We ask fans to cooperate with Interpol to find the assailant, and call upon British Sea Power, Snow Patrol, and The Postal Service for help," drummer Paul Thompson told music magazine NME Monday. "The suspect had links to The Decemberists and The Libertines, and we are following up on all leads." It is unclear whether the shooting was linked to The Polyphonic Spree's invasion of Belgium earlier this week.