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Servia

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

Abstract

Peter I., born June 29 (O.S.), 1844, son of Alexander Karageorgevitch; married, July 30 (O.S.), 1883, to Priucess Zorka, daughter of Prince Nikolas of Montenegro ; widower March 4 (O.S.), 1890 ; ascended the throne, June 2 (O.S.), 1903. The children of the King are Princess Helene, born October 23 (O.S.), 1884 ; Prince George, born August 27 (O.S.), 1887 ; on March 27 (N.S.), 1909, Prince George renounced his right of succession to the throne to which Prince Alexander will succeed ; Prince Alexander, now heir apparent, born December 4 (O.S.), 1888.

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Statistical and other Books of Reference concerning Servia

1. Official Publications

  1. Srpské Noviné (Official Gazette), Statistički godišnjak Kraljevine Srbije. (Annuaire Statistique du Royaume de Serbie), and the publications issued by the various Departments of Government. Belgrade.Google Scholar

2. Non-Official Publications

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