Czechs and The Great War: FlashPoint

The year was 1914 and Arch Duke Franz Ferdinand and his wife were attending meetings in Sarajevo to bring forth Serb and Slavic unification in the Austrian-Hungarian Empire when Serb separatists gunned down the couple. This “flashpoint” sparked a chain reaction that led to the outbreak of World War One. Join us for our second show on the Great War and the Czech Experience.


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