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World War I

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  1. The assassination of Franz Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria
  2. The United States' involvement in WWI
  3. The rise of the Bolsheviks

In June of 1914, one man by the name of Franz Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria, was assassinated. The death of this man would ultimately lead to the bloodiest conflict in all of human history up to that point. This assassination was the final trigger in the tension that was brewing between countries. This war led to intricate alliances in Europe and generally split into two major alliances; the Allies made up of (most notably) England, France, Russia, and Italy, and the Central Powers which were (most notably) Germany, Austria-Hungary, and the Ottoman Empire.

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