Goff 7 Review.docx - Goff 7 Review Gavril Princip Serbian nationalist who assassinated Archduke Ferdinand and his wife on June 28 1914 Nationalism High

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Goff 7 Review Gavril Princip- Serbian nationalist who assassinated Archduke Ferdinand and his wife on June, 28 1914. Nationalism High levels of nationalism in the Balkans In 1878, European powers at the Congress of Berlin allowed Austria Hungary to occupy Bosnia and Herzegovina although the ethnic Serbian were the majority there. King Peter I came to the throne in 1903: Led to increased effort of incorporating ethnic Serbian areas outside its national borders. Serbia was angry when Austria Hungary annexed Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1908. Black Hand- Serbian nationalist group which encouraged ethnic Serbs in areas such as Bosnia to work for unification with Serbia. Effect of the Balkan Wars 1912 and 1913 Austria Hungary prevented Serbia expansion along the Adriatic coast by successfully supporting the creation of an independent Albania.
Spread of Nationalism among groups Kaiser Wilhelm II believed in the superiority of the German nation and culture. Pan-Germanists were countered by Russian Pan-Slavists who dreamed of politically uniting with Russia the many Orthodox Slavs who populated the Balkans.

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