Alexander of Yugoslavia

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Alexander of Yugoslavia

By Stephen Graham
Yale University Press, 1939
329 pp. $3.00

In preparing these chapters on the life of the King who was assassinated at Marseilles in October 1934, Mr. Graham states that he received the aid of Alexander's Queen, of Prince Regent Paul, and of several high Jugoslav officials. The first part of the book gives the "inside" story of the King's death and of its part in international terrorist politics. After this introduction, the author returns to Alexander's youth and sketchily follows his career through its various stages.

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