National Geographic : 1930 Sep
( National Geographic Society Natural-Color Photograph byHans Hildenbrand AT SARAJEVO WAS STRUCK THE BLOW THAT SENT A WORLD TO WAR Here, in July, 1914, the Austrian Archduke Francis Ferdinand and his wife were assassinated by a fanatical student. The events that followed resulted in declarations of war by most of the great nations of the world. It was just before crossing the last bridge visible inthepicture that theAustrian visitors were killed. The attractive city that is Sarajevo of to-day is replacing an older community cast fromthe Turkish mold.