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  2. Yugoslavia - Wikipedia

    Alexander attempted to create a centralised Yugoslavia. He decided to abolish Yugoslavia's historic regions, and new internal boundaries were drawn for provinces or banovinas. The banovinas were named after rivers. Many politicians were jailed or kept under police surveillance. During his reign, communist ideas were banned. [citation needed]

  3. The 25 Most Influential Communist Figures of All Time

    Nonetheless, communist thought continues to play a major role in economic theory and political movements across the globe. Lets take a look at some of the most influential communists of all time. 1. Karl Marx. John Jabez Edwin Mayal, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons. Karl Marx (1818-1883) was a German philosopher, economist, and ...

  4. How Did Alexandra of Denmark Die? The Tragic End of a Beloved ...

    She endured several personal losses, such as the death of her husband in 1910, the death of her son Prince Alexander John in 1871, the death of her grandson Prince John in 1919, and the death of her son Prince Albert Victor in 1892. On November 20, 1925, Alexandra suffered a heart attack at Sandringham House, Norfolk, where she spent most of ...

  5. Macedonia | Map, History, & Facts | Britannica

    It seemed, therefore, that the Macedonian conflict, the global cultural war that had been waged by the two countries since the breakup of Yugoslavia and the declaration of independence by the Republic of Macedonia in 1991, might be coming to an end.

  6. Marie of Romania - Wikipedia

    Marie (born Princess Marie Alexandra Victoria of Edinburgh; 29 October 1875 – 18 July 1938) [note 1] was the last queen of Romania as the wife of King Ferdinand I . Marie was born into the British royal family. Her parents were Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh (later Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha), and Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia.

  7. The Royal Watcher

    Princess Alexandra’s 80th Birthday Reception in 2016. The Christening of Prince Nikolaos of Greece in 1969. The Queen Mother at the University of London Ball in 1958. The Royal Academy Banquet in 1956. The Queen in Panama in 1953. Princess Marina in Athens in 1952 The Danish State Visit to France in 1950. Concert at the Austrian Embassy in ...

  8. Serbian/Yugoslavian Royal Burial Sites | Unofficial Royalty

    Unofficial Royalty: Alexandra of Greece, Queen of Yugoslavia; Alexandra was born March 25, 1921, the daughter of King Alexander of the Hellenes and Aspasia Manos. Because of her parents’ illegitimate marriage (it was later legitimized), she was not in the line of succession to the Greek throne.

  9. Serbia/Yugoslavia Archives - The Royal Forums

    The funeral service and burial of HRH Prince Alexander Karadjordjevic of Yugoslavia, the eldest son of Prince Paul and Princess Olga of Yugoslavia, took place yesterday, 20th May, at the Royal Mausoleum in Serbia and was attended by a large number of relatives, friends and dignitaries amid solemn ceremony.

  10. Yugoslavism - Wikipedia

    Alexander I of Yugoslavia introduced the Royal Dictatorship in 1929 and imposed 1931 Constitution, enforcing integral Yugoslavism as official state ideology. The king proclaimed a royal dictatorship on 6 January 1929, and integral Yugoslavism became the official ideology of the regime.

  11. Lee Bul, Petrit Halilaj and Tong Yang-Tze to Be Featured at ...

    The artist’s work is deeply rooted in biography, recalling his experience as a child refugee through the 1990s during the brutal fighting in Kosovo as part of the breakup of Yugoslavia.