No Twitter? No problem! Anyone can follow #KU_WWI

Interested in following the #KU_WWI Tweetenactment of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand but don’t have access to Twitter? No problem! You can still watch the reenactment online. #KU_WWI twitter feeds are now embedded on the CREES and European Studies websites. Go to one of these websites and look for the right sidebar. Follow the action as the tweetenactment unfolds from 9:30am – 12:30pm on Saturday, June 28th.

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Miss one of the mini reenactments? Click on the links below:

#SafetyFirstEnglishBosnianGerman
In the first of several promotional mini reenactments leading up to the reenactment of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand on June 28th, 2014, #SafetyFirst featured an exchange between Governor of Bosnia Oskar Potiorek and Sarajevo Police Commissioner Dr. Edmond Gerde as they discussed the Archduke’s visit. 24 May 2014.

#ConspiracyEnglishBosnian
In #Conspiracy, assassin Gavrilo Princip and his friend Nedeljko Čabrinović discuss the plot to kill Archduke Franz Ferdinand with fellow co-conspirator Trifko Grabež and leader of the Black Hand terrorist group and Serbian Chief of Intelligence Dragutin “Apis” Dimitrjević. 28 May 2014.

#WhySarajevoEnglishGerman 
#WhySarajevo mini reenactment features a dialog between Archduke Franz Ferdinand and Austro-Hungarian Emperor Franz Josef I about the Archduke’s visit to Bosnia in late June 1914. 7 June 2014.

#All4USophieEnglishGerman
In #All4USophie, Archduke Franz Ferdinand and Duchess Sophie Chotek discuss their life, love, and plans for celebrating their upcoming fourteenth wedding anniversary in Sarajevo. 19 June 2014.

#BlankCheck
​Chief of the General Staff of the armed forces of the Austro-Hungarian army advocates for war against Serbia which Archduke Franz Ferdinand strongly opposes. In the end, who was responsible for this decision? 20 June 2014.

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  1. Pingback: She T' Folk: Assassinashun leedyun' ta Worl War I plays out agin n' tweets #KU_WWI | The Warshington Post

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