THE ASSASSINATION OF ARCHDUKE FRDINAND
Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright, ROME, October 16. At the trial of Princip, the prisoner declared that he gloried in his act. His object was not to kill a man, but to show the world the desperation to which Austria had driven the Slav population. The time had arrived when rebellion was a duty. The only possible protest he could nake was by striking an individual who incarnated despotism. He likened himself to Mazzini, Kossuth, and Daniel O’Conlell. He regretted the death of the Arch duchess. He alone was the responsible organiser of the plot. SERAJEVO, October 18. (Received October 19, at 8.50 a.m.) Advices state that Jovin-Artoh, when interrogated, admitted his activity on bn half of the Greater Servia ideal, but h© did not know of the fatal aiw.K 0.. u,e Archduke, though he himself kept weapons for an attempt on Ferdinand.
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THE ASSASSINATION OF ARCHDUKE FRDINAND, Evening Star, Issue 15627, 19 October 1914
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