For years the surname of the assassin of Franz Ferdinand was spelled "Princip." But in G. T. Otte's recent study of the July crisis, it's spelled "Prinčip" (with a hachek over the c). This spelling is replicated in John Robertson's review of several new World War I books in the current CAS Austrian Studies Magazine. Has the spelling (and resulting pronunciation) finally been corrected after a century of getting it wrong, or is the new accent a goof by some over-zealous editor?
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