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On 9 October 1934 Vlado Chernozemski assassinated Paul's cousin King Alexander I of Yugoslavia in Marseille in France, and Prince Paul took the regency. In his will, Alexander had stipulated that if he died, a council of regents chaired by Paul should govern until Alexander's son Peter II came of age.

On 9 October 1934 Vlado Chernozemski assassinated Paul's cousin King Alexander I of Yugoslavia in Marseille in France, and Prince Paul took the regency. In his will, Alexander had stipulated that if he died, a council of regents chaired by Paul should govern until Alexander's son Peter II came of age.

Goering, Hermann - Politician, NSDAP, Germany *12.01.1893-+ Paul of Yugoslavia on a visit to Germany: Paul of Yugoslavia (left) and Hermann Goering taking the salute of a company of the fighter wing 'Richthofen' in Doeberitz - - Photographer: Presse-Illustrationen Heinrich Hoffmann - Published by: 'Berliner Morgenpost' Vintage property of ullstein bild

Goering, Hermann - Politician, NSDAP, Germany Paul of Yugoslavia on a visit to Germany: Paul of Yugoslavia (left) and Hermann Goering taking the salute of a company of the figh

Prince Paul of Yugoslavia when he arrived in Berlin / Lehrter station. Reception by Minister Johannes Popitz (right) and Adolf Hitler and Hermann Goering. 1st June 1939. Photograph. (Photo by Imagno/Getty Images) Prinzregent Paul von Jugoslawien bei seiner Ankunft in Berlin/Lehrter Bahnhof. Empfang durch Minister Johannes Popitz (rechts) und Adolf Hitler sowie Hermann Göring. 1. Juni 1939. Photographie.

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1930s Photo Prince Paul Regent Yugoslavia Royal Original Rare Historic Vintage

1930s Photo Prince Paul Regent Yugoslavia Royal Original Rare Historic Vintage

Hitler and the Prince Regent Paul of Yugoslavia, at the Lehter Station in Berlin, on the Prince’s visit to Germany. 1939

Hitler and the Prince Regent Paul of Yugoslavia, at the Lehter Station in Berlin, on the Prince’s visit to Germany. (via axishistory)

The German masses stand along the roadways to give a warm welcome to the Prince Regent Paul of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia who has arrived in Berlin for a 9 day state visit for diplomatic negotiations with Hitler. 1939.

The German masses stand along the roadways to give a warm welcome to the Prince Regent Paul of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia who has arrived in Berlin for a 9 day state visit for diplomatic negotiations with Hitler.

State visit of prince regent Paul of Yugoslavia in Berlin,1939

The Pariser Platz decorated with German & Yugoslavian Banners (Hotel Adlon) 1939

Prince Paul of Yugoslavia, who became Regent in 1934 after the assassination of his cousin, King Alexander I.

Prince Paul of Yugoslavia, who became Regent in 1934 after the assassination of his cousin, King Alexander I.

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HRH Prince Paul of Yugoslavia (Regent)