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Servia

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

Abstract

Milan I., King of Servia, born August 1854, the son of Milos I. Obrenovič. Succeeded to the throne, as Prince Milan Obrenovič IV., by the election of the Servian national assembly, after the assassination of his cousin, Prince Michail Obrenovic, June 10, 1868. Crowned Prince at Belgrade, and assumed the government, August 22, 1872; proclaimed King, March 6, 1882; married October 17, 1875, to Natalie, born 1859, daughter of Colonel Keschko, of the Russian Imperial Guard. Offspring of the union is a son, Alexander, born August 14, 1876.

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