|Birth Day||December 18, 1863|
|Birth Place||Graz, Austria|
|Age||156 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||Jun 28, 1914 (age 50)|
Archduke of Austria whose assassination in 1914 by Serbian nationalists sparked the First World War. He was an avid trophy hunter, and records from his lifetime indicate that he had an estimated 300,000 game kills.
His cousin committed suicide and his father died of typhoid fever. This put him next in line for the Austrian throne.
After the Assassin shot him and his wife, his final words to her were, 'Don't die darling, live for our children.'
Winston Churchill was a high-ranking member of the British government in WW I, which took place as a result of his assassination.