|Aritha Van Herk with (inset) Gavrilo Princip|
Gavrilo Princip (1895 – 1918) was a Serbian nationalist who became the catalyst for the First World War when he assassinated Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo on 28 June 1914, starting a chain reaction which led to the beginning of the war only one month later. So much we know. Or do we? What of Gavrilo? Do we know the truth?
Meet Aritha at Headingley Library on Monday 7 April. The event starts at 7pm and will be finished by 9pm. For more information contact Catherine Bates: firstname.lastname@example.org