Alexander I; King of Yugoslavia; Reign: 6 January 1929 – 9 October 1934: Successor: Paul (as Prince Regent) Peter II: King of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes
King Alexander I of Yugoslavia tried to create a united state of the Serbs, Croats, Slovenes and Yugoslavia. Learn more at Biography.com.
Alexander I of Yugoslavia (1888 - 1934) was a famous prince. Find out his latest pics, videos, news, family, dating history, and more on Spokeo
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A cameraman happened to be at exactly the right spot when King Alexander, in Marseilles at the beginning of a state visit to France, was being driven through the ...
This clip shows one of the first assassinations ever captured on film; that of King Alexander I of Yugoslavia. On 9th October, 1934, while on an ...
Alexander of Yugoslavia may refer to: King Alexander I of Yugoslavia (1888–1934) (reigned 1921 to 1934) Alexander, Crown Prince of Yugoslavia (born 1945), the ...
Alexander's ancestors in three generations; Alexander I of Yugoslavia: Father: Peter I of Yugoslavia: Paternal Grandfather: Alexander Karađorđević, Prince of Serbia
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King Alexander I was born in Ċetinje, Montenegro in 1888 in a house which his father Prince Peter built for his wife Zorka, a Montenegrin princess.