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YUGOSLAVIA ROYAL
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July 17, 2001
SON OF YUGOSLAVIA'S LAST KING, ALEXANDER KARADJORDJEVIC RECEIVES DECREE
ALOWING FAMILY TO USE FORMER...
Belgrade, Yugoslavia
SON OF YUGOSLAVIA'S LAST KING, ALEXANDER KARADJORDJEVIC RECEIVES DECREE
ALOWING FAMILY TO USE ...
SON OF YUGOSLAVIA'S LAST KING, ALEXANDER KARADJORDJEVIC RECEIVES DECREE
ALOWING FAMILY TO USE FORMER PALACES IN BELGRADE.


Alexander Karadjordjevic (l), the son of Yugoslavia's last king, Peter
II, receives a government decree from outgoing Yugoslav Prime Minister
Zoran Zizic (R) allowing his family to use two former royal palaces in
Belgrade July 17, 2001. Born in London in 1945, Alexander is the son of
Yugoslavia's last king, Petar II, who fled after Nazi Germany overran
the country in 1941. He visited Belgrade for the first time in 1991.
Last February, Yugoslavia's new reformist rulers scrapped a communist
decree which stripped the royal family of citizenship and property
rights, saying they wanted to rectify a historic injustice.
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