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A century after Gavrilo Princip ignited World War I by assassinating Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the Serb teenager still provokes ...
controversy. For one particular family, the issue isn't just a matter of history, it's personal. (June 19)
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SHOTLIST:AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYSarajevo, Bosnia - Herzegovina - 3 June 20141. Pigeons fly around Turkish fountain in historic centre of SarajevoAP IMAGES - AP CLIENTS ONLY Kansas City, Missouri - 4 April 20142. STILL of a reproduction of a London newspaper front page from 1914, which writes about the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, on display at the National World War I Museum in Kansas City. AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYSarajevo, Bosnia - Herzegovina - 3 June 20143. SOUNDBITE (English) Adnan Vlajcic, Sarajevo City Hall, Spokesman: (see transcript below)4. Handgun that Princip used to shoot Ferdinand5. Close up of monument to Archduke Franz Ferdinand showing him surrounded by angels6. Wide of World War One museumSARAJEVO WORLD WAR I MUSEUM - AP CLIENTS ONLYSarajevo, Bosnia - Herzegovina - No Date Given7. STILL of Ferdinand's assassin, Gavrilo Princip8. STILL showing Ferdinand and wife Sophie entering car minutes before assassinationAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYObljaj, Bosnia - Herzegovina - 26 May 20149. Image from Princip family photo albumAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYSarajevo, Bosnia - Herzegovina - 3 June 201410. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Nikola Princip, nephew of Gavrilo Princip: (See transcript below)11. Nikola Princip places lighted candle to memorial12. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Novak Princip, great-grandson of Gavrilo Princip: (See transcript below)AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYObljaj, Bosnia - Herzegovina - 26 May 201413. Wide of Obljaj road sign14. Wide of Princip relatives outside destroyed family home15. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Gavrilo Milo Princip, grandson of Gavrilo Princip: (see transcript below)16. Various of relatives inside destroyed home and talking together17. Close up of portrait of Gavrilo Princip18. Nikola Princip (nephew) hanging portrait on wall of his homeVOICE-OVER SCRIPT: LATER THIS MONTH... THOUSANDS OF VISITORS WILL DESCEND ON THE CITY OF SARAJEVO... TO REMEMBER A SINGLE MOMENT A HUNDRED YEARS AGO...SOUNDBITE (English) Adnan Vlajcic, Sarajevo City Hall Spokesman:"It was the beginning of World War One, but now, today we want to use it as something positive."A MUSEUM NOW MARKS THE SPOT WHERE ON JUNE 28 19-14 A SERBIAN TEENAGER ASSASSINATED ARCHDUKE FRANZ FERDINAND AND HIS WIFE... IGNITING WORLD WAR ONE. A CENTURY LATER... DEBATE LINGERS ON HOW TO DESCRIBE FERDINAD'S ASSASSIAN... Gavrilo ((Gohv- REEL-O)) PRINCIP. WAS HE A TERRORIST OR A LIBERATOR? FOR SOME THAT QUESTION IS PERSONAL. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Nikola Princip, nephew of Gavrilo Princip:"For me, Gavrilo Princip is neither a hero nor a terrorist. He was a man who lived for his ideals. His people lived for the same ideals. His idea, and that of the people at the time, was to liberate the southern Slovak people from the Austro-Hungarian monarchy."HIS NEPHEW LIGHTS A CANDLE AT A CHAPEL WHERE PRINCIP IS BURIED, AS OTHER RELATIVES PRAISE HIM.((NATS - Novak Princip, great-grandson of Gavrilo Princip:)) "I'M REALLY HAPPY TO BE AT THIS MEMORIAL," HE SAYS. "BECAUSE I'M SO PROUD OF MY GREAT-GRANDFATHER."OUTSIDE SARAJEVO, PRINCIP'S FAMILY HOME HAS BEEN DESTROYED THREE TIMES SINCE 19-14. HIS GRANDSON WHO SHARES THE SAME NAME WANTS TO REBUILD. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Gavrilo Milo Princip, grandson of Gavrilo Princip:"I hope this house will have a roof once again. I hope this house becomes a place where people will gather, people who cherish the brightest moments in history like the moment in Sarajevo when Gavrilo fired his two shots."THERE ARE OTHERS OUTSIDE PRINCIP'S RELATIVES WHO CALL HIM A HERO... BUT LIKE MANY EVENTS IN THE BALKANS... HIS LEGACY OVER THE PAST TEN DECADES HAS BEEN RECREATED TO SUIT CHANGING POLITICAL AGENDAS. PADMANANDA RAMA, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.