Synopsis: On June 28, 1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria is in Sarajevo with his wife, Sophie. While through the city by car, they are victims of an attack and die. This is the trigger of the First World War.
Genre: Drama, History, War
98 min

Who drove away again, and where?

- Everyone went to the hospital.

Merizzi was hit by a bomb splinter

in the first attack.

He was in the military hospital.

- That's on the other side of town.

Was His Highness advised to drive

along the Appel-Quay again?

They could walk with difficulty.

What happened?

A Serbian popped up and shot

directly at them.

Duchess von Hohenberg

was hit. In the abdomen.

"Sophie, don't die, stay alive

for our children," he shouted.

The second bullet hit him in the neck.

He even said it was nothing.

Then he lost consciousness.

God rest his soul.

The bomber tried to commit suicide.

But he was arrested.

So the Serbs want war.

Of course, the Serbian government

is behind it.

And you will prove that.

After a thorough investigation.

We can't invade Serbia right away.

And the Emperor needs time

to consult the Germans.

Krner, the report.

His Excellency drafted a report.

As an eyewitness.

You'll head up the investigation.

And Vienna then?

Won't they send someone?

That's not necessary. You can do it.

Can I interrogate the occupants

of the other cars?

No, they departed today in the train.

You'll receive their written statements.

We must bring the attackers to justice.

Find out which Serbs were behind it.

Vienna already knows you're working on it.

Another question. Marija Jeftanovi

wants to know where her father is.

He put his car at their disposal

for the visit.

Stojan Jeftanovi, the wealthy Serbian?

He was sent home.

After the investigation he'll get

his car back.

Stay away from those people,

times are changing.

Your report is expected as soon

as possible.

I'm Leo Pfeffer. What is your name?


- And what else?


- How old are you?


You were born in Sarajevo?

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