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Pavle Prince of Yugoslavia 1893-1976

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Works: 24 works in 34 publications in 6 languages and 328 library holdings
Genres: Biography  Records and correspondence  History  Catalogs 
Classifications: DR1589.M33,
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Vladko Maček : tri razgovora s Knezom Pavlom, Miroslavom Krležom i Alojzijem Stepincem by Vladko Maček ( Book )
2 editions published in 2009 in Croatian and held by 14 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
by Pavle ( )
in Russian and Serbian and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Correspondence reflecting six decades of Prince Pavle's life, spanning the years before his accession, his tenure as regent of Yugoslavia, 1934-1941, and 35 years of exile; subject files pertaining to the reign of the prince, consisting of correspondence, minutes of meetings, military regulations, speeches, consular and foreign legation reports, police reports, voting records, government decrees, and other material, compiled by J.B. Hoptner while researching his book Yugoslavia in Crisis, 1934-1941 (1962); mss. of writings, including Prince Pavle's and Princess Olga's diaries, and the prince's notes on conversations with Anthony Eden, Hermann Göring, Adolf Hitler, and Benito Mussolini; historical documents on Serbian and Yugoslav history, the Karageorgevich family, and other topics; photos; and printed matter. Correspondents include Prince Pavle's family; European politicians, such as Edvard Beneš, Neville Chamberlain, Anthony Eden, and Benito Mussolini; European royalty, including King Albert of Belgium, King Carol II of Rumania, Queen Elizabeth II, King Edward VIII, and King George VI of England; and Yugoslav public figures, such as Dragiša Cvetković, Anton Korošec, and Milan Stojadinović
Prince Paul of Yugoslavia Papers by Pavle ( )
in Russian and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
The collection consists primarily of correspondence and subject files, but also includes manuscripts, documents, photographs and printed materials. The correspondence spans six decades and includes letters received by Prince Paul prior to his accession, during his tenure as regent, and during 35 years of exile. Correspondents include Prince Paul's family; European politicians, such as Edvard Beneš, Neville Chamberlain, Anthony Eden, and Benito Mussolini; European royalty, including King Albert of Belgium, King Carol II of Rumania, Queen Elizabeth II, King George VI, and King Edward VIII of England; Yugoslav public figures, such as Milan Stojadinoviʹc, Dragiša Cvetkoviʹc, and Anton Korošec. Subject files pertain to the reign of Prince Paul. These materials -- correspondence, minutes of meetings, military regulations, speeches, consular and foreign legation reports, police reports, voting records, government decrees, et cetera -- were assembled by J. B. Hoptner while researching his book, "Yugoslavia in Crisis, 1934-1941" (1962). Among the manuscripts are Prince Paul's and Princess Olga's diaries and Prince Paul's notes on conversations with Hermann Göring, Hitler, Mussolini, and Eden. Also included are historical documents concerning Serbian and Yugoslav history and the Karageorgevich family; documents from the 18th and 19th centuries, such as a copy of the 1808 agreement between Kara George and the Serbian National Council
 
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Alternative Names
Jugoslawien, Paul von 1893-1976
Karađorđević, Pavle, 1893-1976
Karađorđević, Pavle, Knez, 1893-1976
Karađorđević, Pavle, Prince, 1893-1976
Karageorgevich, Paul, Prince, 1893-1976
Paul Karađorđević 1893-1976
Paul, Prince of Yugoslavia, 1893-1976
Paul, prins-regent van Joegoslavie͏̈, 1893-1976
Paul von Jugoslawien 1893-1976
Pavle Karadžordžević 1893-1976
Languages
English (12)
Serbian (10)
Croatian (4)
Italian (4)
Russian (2)
German (1)