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Servia

Kraljevina Srbiya
  • J. Scott Keltie
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

Peter I., born 1846, son of Alexander Karageorgevitch; married, 1883, to Princess Zorka, daughter of Prince Nikolas of Montenegro; widower since 1890; ascended the throne, June, 1903. The children of the King are Princess Helene, born October 23 (O.S.), 1884; Prince George, heir apparent, born August 27 (O.S.), 1887; Prince Alexander, born December 4 (O.S.), 1888.

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Statistical and other Books of Reference Concerning Servia

1. Official Publications

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