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The Serbian colonel and intelligence agency head, Dragutin Dimitrijevic (pseudonym Apis) founded the secret union Black Hand on May 9, 1911. After the recruiting of national-revolutionary military officers and members of the spiritual elite of Serbia, the Black Hand started with the violent realization of its objectives, containing the creation of a large-Serbian Empire and the release of the foreign rulership over the southern Slavs. At the beginning of 1914, the Black Hand merged with the 1908-founded conspirator group “Young Bosnia”. With this deal the Black Hand also overtook member Gavrilo Princip who later committed the assassination which led to World War I. After the execution of its spiritual and organizational leader Dimitrijevic at the Saloniki trial in 1917, the Black Hand disbanded.
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