Template talk:Events leading to World War I
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I added Mayerling incident (1889) to the list; per article's lead:
- This destabilization endangered the growing reconciliation between the Austrian and Hungarian factions of the empire, which became a catalyst of the developments that led to the assassination of Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie by Gavrilo Princip, a Yugoslav nationalist and ethnic Serb, at Sarajevo in June 1914, and the subsequent drift into the First World War.