What caused the First World War?

        What caused the First World War?





The First World War is also called The Great World War. The First World War began on 28 July 1914 and ended on 11 November 1918. About one crore 70 lakh people were killed and more than 1.5 crore people were injured.

In today's article, we will know what was the reason for the start of this war?




To understand it well, it is necessary to know about some events. It begins with Austria and Hungary which merged into one nation in 1867 AD. The king here was Francis Joseph and his heir France Cardinat was the Devaraja of this kingdom. It was Sunday, June 18, 1914, that the city of France Cardinat went out to visit Sara with his wife, this city was under his rule. Since he had conquered Morsenia Harshadeniya in 1908, he was the king here. He landed at the railway station there with his wife from the royal train at 9:45 am.




The Chief Governor welcomed him there and then he walked towards Sara Yoga Town Hall. He had 6 motor cars in his car. The mortar car was open roofed. The route they were going through had a tall building on one side and a canal on the other side.
A large crowd had gathered to see him. Many revolutionaries stood in this crowd. Who wanted to kill the prince. There was a forward turn which caused the car to slow down, meanwhile a revolutionary threw a bomb on his car but the bomb collided with the body of the car and fell backwards and the king was saved in this incident. Two of his officers were killed and 10 or 12 were seriously injured.




Both he and his wife reached the town hall but there was no interest in the program being held there. The program was stopped midway. france kardinat and his wife both went to the hospital with their army to know the injured. The only way he came was to go to the hospital. The same crowd was still present there. Some revolutionaries were standing with pistols in the crowd. As the prince's car slowed down, one of them, a revolutionary named Haribo Principle, went ahead and fired a bullet at the prince's car with a pistol in which both he and his wife died.





It was one of the major causes of the First World War. The Gairibo principle that was shot was from Sarabia, and both Sarabia and Austria were enemies of each other. Austria attacked Serbia and it was the beginning of the First World War. On the other hand, Germany had already consolidated which was quite powerful. Italy was unified in 1861. All this was done on the basis of caste and language, but the feeling of nationalism was widespread throughout Europe.
The people of Austria Hungary and Germany were of Germanic caste. Therefore, Germany was targeted towards Austria and Servia was an enemy country, the whole of Europe was divided in two parts.



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