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Hand-grenade or Mills Bomb (British).
He was killed by Gavrilo Princip who shot Franz and his wife Sophie and Nedeljko Čabrinović actually threw the bomb in the first attempt hope this helps :) xxx
Franz Ferdinand and his wife1st bomber was to scared and so was the second the third threw his bomb bounced out of the hood a injured a man behind the archduke he ran into the river tried to kill himself didn't do it quick enough later died in jail after that the archduke told the driver different directions the driver took the wrong turning and stopped to turn then gavrilo pricip got out his revolver and shot the archduke and his wife then Austria wanted someone to blame so they declared war on Bosnia Russia were good friends of Bosnia and said they'd help so Germany declared war on Russia France didn't like this so they said they help so Germany attacked France through Belgium Britain promised they'd help Belgium if they gt into war and the declared war on Germany
hydrogen bomb, or a nuclear bomb
Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria was killed on June 28, 1914 in Sarajevo by a nineteen-year-old Serbian nationalist named Gavrilo Princip. The assassination itself was coordinated by Danilo Ilić, a member of the Black Hand, a secret society with the primary goal of unification of the Slavic nations. Princip was actually a last resort to assassinated the Archduke. Nedeljko Čabrinović, who was to bomb the Archduke's motorcade, but failed to do so.
June 1941 The Archduke and his wife were going to Sarajevo, Serbia for an official visit of the city hall. When he got to the City Hall, Gabrinovic or Cabrinovic, who threw a bomb only to see it bounce off the Archduke's car and explode near the following car. When the ceremonies finished, Ferdinand and Sophie got back into their car. When they were driving back, they had to stop allowing Princip shoot them both, killing them.
That bomb was nicknamed Little Boy
That bomb was codenamed Little Boy.
Nedeljko Čabrinović, one of the six Black Hand members attempting to assassinate Austro-Hungarian Archduke Franz Ferdinand, swallowed a cyanide pill after failing to blow-up Ferdinand's car with a bomb.Čabrinović's luck was terrible on June 28, 1914: The bomb bounced off the back of Archduke Ferdinand's convertible and rolled under the next car in the motorcade, detonating and wounding 20 people; Čabrinović quickly swallowed his cyanide pill and jumped into the Miljacka River, but the river was only a few inches deep at that point, and the cyanide only induced vomiting. The police quickly captured Čabrinović, but allowed the crowd of onlookers to beat him before taking him into custody.Of course Franz Ferdinand's luck was much worse that day. Gavrilo Princip shot him in the neck and killed him about 35 minutes later.
Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria. While driving on a bridge during a parade, 8 men from Serbia, armed with crude bombs and weak pistols, set out to kill the Archduke. The first few didn't do anything at all. Then the 4th one threw his bomb but when it hit the back of the car, it didn't blow up. It exploded about 3 seconds later and injured many people. The next 3 didn't do anything either. The driver made a wrong turn; instead of turning left, he turned right and went down the road. While he was making a U-turn, the 8th shooter shot off 2 bullets. The two bullets that were fatal hit both him and his wife. They both died.
The first atomic bomb(Little Boy) was thrown over Hiroshima ( 6 Aug,1945).President Harry S. Truman of USA ordered to do so.
Their were ten members in the Black Hand on the first attempt to kill Archduke Franz Ferdinand with a bomb. A member jumped into a river thinking it was deep but not then took a drug to try and kill himself but didn't work. Hope this helps.
Fragments of a bomb, shell, or other object thrown out by an explosion
The black hand, a Serbian group, decided to assassinate Archduke Franz Ferdinand. The assassination does not appear to be 'ordered', which would imply that a command was given and a different person or persons would then carry out the assassination attempt. The initial attempt was a tossed bomb which was deflected by the Archduke and left the royals uninjured. After the bungled attempt, the vehicle driver made a wrong turn and drove past a deli where one of the conspirators (Gavrillo Princip) had gone after the bungled attempt. Gavrillo Princip was an expert marksman and was armed with a .22 Browning Pistol and fired two rounds killing each of his targets. See the below links for more information pertaining to the assassination of Franz Ferdinand.
Unable to answer question without knowing yield. A hydrogen bomb can have practically any yield.