Why did a war between Austria-Hungary and Serbia become a European war in 1914?

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July 25, 2013

 

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While there were riots in Sarajevo following the Archduke's death these were largely aimed at the Serbian minority. Though this assassination has been linked as the direct trigger for World War I, the war's real origins lie further back, in the complex web of alliances and counterbalances that developed between the various European powers after the defeat of France and formation of the German state under the leadership of Otto von Bismarck in 1871...
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So why exactly did a war between Austria-Hungary and Serbia spiral out of control and become a European war in 1914? Franz Ferdinand had limited political influence. He was Emperor Franz Joseph's nephew, and became the heir when Franz Joseph's son killed himself in 1889 (his sisters could not take the throne)...
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