Knjažestvo Srbija
  • Frederick Martin
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Milan II., Prince of Servia (Knjas Srbski), born 1855, the son of Milos I. Obrenovič. Succeeded to the throne, by the election of the Servian national assembly, after the assassination of his uncle, Prince Michail Obrenovič, June 30, 1868. Crowned at Belgrade, and assumed the government, Aug. 22, 1872; married October 17, 1875, to Fräulein Natalie von Keschko, born 1859. Offspring of the union is a son, Alexander, born Aug. 14, 1876.


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Statistical and other Books of Reference concerning Servia

1. Official Publications

  1. Statistique de la Servie. 4. -Belgrade, 1875–78.Google Scholar
  2. Report by Mr. Consul-General Watson, on the trade of the Principality of Servia, dated Belgrade, March 2, 1872; in ‘Reports from H.M.’s Consuls.’ No. II. 1872. 8. London, 1872.Google Scholar
  3. Report by Mr. Consul-General Longworth on the trade and commerce of Servia, dated Belgrade, October 1873; in ‘Reports from H.M.’s Consuls.’ Part I. 1874. 8, London, 1874.Google Scholar

2. Non-Official Publications

  1. Grieve (W. T.), The Church and People of Servia. 8. London, 1864.Google Scholar
  2. Jukchich (Vladimir), Recueil statistique sur les contrées serbes. 8. Belgrado, 1875.Google Scholar
  3. Kanitz (F.), Serbien: Historisch-Ethnographische Reisestudien aus den Jahren, 1859–1868. 8. Leipzig, 1868.Google Scholar
  4. Mijatovics (Elodie Lawton), The History of Modern Serbia. 8. London, 1872.Google Scholar
  5. Paton (Andrew Archibald), Servia, the Youngest Member of the European Family. 8. London, 1845.Google Scholar
  6. Thiers (Henri), La Serbie: son passé et son avenir. 8. Paris, 1862.Google Scholar

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