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    I am a History and ICT teacher, teaching in Secondary Schools in the North East of England. I am Chairman of the Durham branch of the Historical Association. The idea of this site is to place some of my small ideas 'out there', as I am getting old and forgetful it is good to have them where I can find them. My larger projects can be found in the other Foxburg Sites section.
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Assassination of the Archduke

Posted by foxburg on 09/11/2012

On 28 June

1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, heir  to the Austro-Hungarian throne, was shot dead in Sarajevo, by Gavrilo Princip. The spark that started the Great War.

Please find a Google Maps file for the location (https://maps.google.com/maps?q=43.857917,18.42875&t=m&z=10) For the Google earth with the 3D buildings select the Earth option

 

 

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