curiosities from the WW1

Reply Tue 11 Jan, 2022 08:40 am
I was thinking: how much courage must the one who killed Francesco Ferdinando, causing the first world war, have to have?
that is, he took a gun and killed a king in front of everyone. It is as if I go and kill the president of the republic in front of everyone ...

do you think he did it out of courage or out of madness?
Reply Tue 11 Jan, 2022 08:50 am
It's Franz Ferdinand, and he was an archduke.

Princip, the assassin was only 19 and spared the death sentence because of his age.

If you want to talk about bravery the people who killed Heydrich were far braver,not only could they expect death, the Nazis would burn the villages they were from to the ground in retribution.
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