Prince Paul of Yugoslavia
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Prince Paul of Yugoslavia

Regent of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia
Male
Born Apr 27, 1893
Hometown Russian Empire
Died Sep 14, 1976
Death Place France

Prince Paul of Yugoslavia, also known as Paul Karađorđević, was Regent of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia during the minority of King Peter II. Peter was the eldest son of his first cousin Alexander I. His title in Yugoslavia was Knez, which translates best as "Prince". Prince Paul was officially rehabilitated by Serbian courts in 2011.… Read More

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CHILDHOOD

1893 Birth Born on April 27, 1893.

THIRTIES

1923 30 Years Old He married Princess Olga of Greece and Denmark, a sister of Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent, in 1923. … Read More

FORTIES

1934 41 Years Old On 9 October 1934, Prince Paul took the Regency after his cousin King Alexander was assassinated in Marseille, France. … Read More
1939 46 Years Old In 1939, Prince Paul, as acting head of state, accepted an official invitation from Adolf Hitler and spent 9 days in Berlin. … Read More

LATE ADULTHOOD

1976 83 Years Old The post-war communist authorities had Prince Paul proclaimed an enemy of the state; he was disallowed from returning to Yugoslavia and all his property was confiscated. He died in Paris on 14 September 1976, aged 83 and was buried in Switzerland. … Read More
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