• why did russia send troops to the border of austria-hungary in 1914?

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  • Russia sent troops to the border of Austria-Hungary in 1914 to support Serbia in their conflict with Austria-Hungary. After the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand by a member of a Serbian nationalist group, Russia felt compelled to protect its Slavic ally from being invaded by the Austro-Hungarian Empire. This move eventually led to the start of WWI.

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      Christine Glenn

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