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World War I Lesson I Key Terms 1. Entente 2. Militarism 3. Ultimatum 4. Mobilize 5. Neutrality 1. Analyze Sequence Use the graphic organizer below to create a timeline. Fill in each box with the date that various nations went to war with each other. Then draw lines from each box to the correct point on the timeline. Start your timeline with the assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand. What conclusions can you draw from this timeline? June 28= Assassination of Franz Ferdinand the Balkan states of Bosnia and Herzegovina, had been annexed from Turkey and taken into the Austro-Hungarian Empire. This was strongly resented by many Serbs and Croats and a nationalist group, The Black Hand, was formed. Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, and his wife, had decided to inspect Austro-Hungarian troops in Bosnia. The date chosen for the inspection was a national day in Bosnia. The Black Hand supplied a group of students with weapons for an assassination attempt to mark the occasion. A Serbian nationalist student, Gavrilo Princip

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