Gavrilo Princip, who triggered a war, was also a Serbian hero
The Globe and Mail
Gavrilo Princip was among them when he fired two shots at Austria-Hungary's Crown Prince. For many of his countrymen he is a freedom fighter. Belgrade, Serbia, 28 July 1914: Just one month later, the first artillery shells in First World War began to ...
Sarajevo, one hundred years later
Princip was a member of the revolutionary group, “Young Bosnia” (“Mlada Bosna”), that fought for the liberation of south Slavs from Austro-Hungarian occupation; and though a Serb from Bosnia, Princip considered and declared himself Yugoslav. Even ...
US Pushes to Expedite Some Humanitarian Shipments to Iran
Wall Street Journal
The records, obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request, show that 230 licenses were granted in the first three months of 2014, when the easing began, compared with 390 a year earlier. Most of the applications were made by medical-related ...
Mihailo Papazoglu: Serbia and Canada, fighting on the right side of history
After 400 years under Turkish Ottoman and almost 40 under Austro-Hungarian occupation, people of some dozen different nationalities share the same dream of freedom — Gavrilo Princip among them. ... To many of his countrymen, he is a freedom fighter.