One Morning In Sarajevo: The true story of the assassination that changed the world
Orion, 23 dic 2010 - 336 páginas
Sarajevo, 28 June 1914: The story of the assassination that changed the world.
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... wanted to name the boy Spiro, for her dead brother,butthe priest, notjust a priest butalso a renowned local military leader, did not believe in women naming children and gavehis choice of name, Gavrilo, as it was the saint's day of St ...
... students,though Gavro was initially tooshy orinsecure to participate and give his opinions in the political debates. Hewas said to lack selfconfidence, did not like being called Gavrica – little Gavro – and wanted to be.
... wanted to be thought of in more heroic terms. After a while, it appears, Gavro learned to shield his insecurities behind a veneer of cynicism, becoming morevocal and, as apeer said, radiating energy and determination. He could be ...
... wanted tojoin the Komite, the Serbian regular armyofvolunteers, led by Major Vojin Tankosic. Gavro went directly tohis headquarters but was rejected because he was too small. He went with friends to try again, at the border town of ...
... wanted to be the lone assassin, as Pappenheim recorded in his notes: 'but he was a typesetter, not of sufficient intelligence. Also not sufficiently nationalistic because previously anarchist.' This suggests some academic snobbery on ...
A Timely Reckoning
We Are Not Criminals
Its All Over
A Living Corpse 24 The Terrorist the Hero 25 Serial Numbers
Back to Sarajevo
The Lost Chapel Sources
Selected Books Papers and Articles Endnotes
June 1914 on the Avenue of Assassins
June 1914 a Small Group of the Misled
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