How did two bullets cause 20 million deaths

Two bullets caused 20 million deaths because two bullets were fired to assasinate Francis Ferdinand who was the Archiduke of Austria. That was the reason World War 1 (WW1) began. Francis Ferdinand was born on 8th December 1864 and he was assasinated on the 28th June 1914. Due to his death, Austria and Hungary declared war on Serbia. So Austria, Hungary and Germany align to fight Serbia who were teamed up with the The Triple Entente Powers who were lots of countries united. The countries included: United Kingdom, France and The Russian Empire. Francis Ferdnand was assasinated by Gavrilo Princip who was Serbian. He was also a member of Young Bosnia which was a revolutionary active group which was formed by the the Black hand which was a military secret society which was found by Serbians.

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