What was similar about the shooting assassinations of President John F Kennedy in November 1963, and Archduke Franz Ferdinand – the event which triggered World War One – in June 1914?

Answer: Both men requested that the roof of the convertible car in which they were traveling when shot be lowered.

Source: Death of a President by William Manchester; The First World War by Huw Strachan

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