Nothing marks the spot where young Gavrilo Princip started the First World War

“When the war began, a Serb girl and her family left Sarajevo on one of the flights evacuating people out of the city. She left her Muslim boyfriend behind. But she couldn’t stand to be away from him, so she came back to Sarajevo to see him. At another bridge that then was on the frontline, the Serb soldiers inspected her bag of gifts that she’d brought for her boyfriend. It was all food

Posted September 17, 2001

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