The first paragraph on this page fails Tardis:Citation rules for properly citing stories. Citations should not be lumped at the end of the paragraph but should be placed immediately after the information they reference.
On 28 June 1914, the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary by Gavrilo Princip in Sarajevo, Bosnia triggered a series of events that rapidly escalated into Earth's first global conflict: World War I. Unknown to the general populace, however, the start of the war was influenced by the Nemesis. (PROSE: Human Nature; TV: Silver Nemesis, The Family of Blood)
In 1887, Julia Hardwick, a young woman from the early 21st century who had recently been transported back in time by the Weeping Angels, tried to convince people that she was from the future. Her story caught the attention of a local newspaper in Hull, which published a story about her on this date. The article noted that her claims were being taken seriously. (WC: A Ghost Story for Christmas)