Prior to this, a great king of Yugoslavia lived, who was assassinated by Bulgaria’ s Vlado Chernozemski during a state visit to France in 1934.
Alexander Karadordevic’ s Early Life
Born as Alexander Karadordevic Alexander Karadordevicon 16 December 1888 in the principality of Montenegro, he was the fourth son of his father, Prince Alexander of Serbia, as well as the second son. His father was asked to cede power to the rival house of Obrenovic and princess Zorka of Montenegro, though he had a link through which he was able to enjoy support and assistance from the Russian Empire.
Apart from that, Alexander was born when his family was in political exile, which made them split around Europe and never return to Serbia. He also underwent a great transformation into a king who ruled with privileges received from the Australian Hungary.
At Geneva’ s school, Alexander and his three surviving siblings were able to complete their elementary education. Despite being a small child, he had the grace to be loved and cared for by others.
He was given a special hand at St. Petersburg by the Russian Emperor, who also invited him to a dinner in the Winter Palace. Though Alexander was a hard- working boy who was determined to keep to himself the feeling of his greatness and what was before him as the prince.
The dinner was set before him as the guest of honor with a meal made for royal recognition, which was a great honor for the prince of Serbia, aside from being from a royal family, along with some visits to Alexander Nevsky, who took him to the grave of Marshal Alexander Suvorov, where he made a great wish for the death of the great general and an act of becoming a great honorable.
Meanwhile, his father had a notorious record of conspiracies, which led to the murder of King Alexander III, who sat on the throne during the exile of Karadordevic Alexander of Yugoslavia was made a crown prince in place of his elder brother, who rejected the throne on March 27th, 1909, as a result of mounting pressure from Serbia’ s political system of government.
Though he had once been seen with the inability to rule either due to his unstability and impulse nature, when he killed his servant after kicking him in the stomach, and had confusion among the Serbian people, as well as placing the responsibility on Alexander after seeing the act of leadership in him, just as Jacob and Essau in the Bible, the old serving the young.
In accordance with this, the young prince Alexander donated a large sum of money to the black- handed pijimont, which was founded in August 1911.
Alexander contributed to the setting of the national goal when he had a meeting with the senior military commander to end all internal conflict among the armies around March 1912, which brought about the war of the Balkars.
As a result, at the Battle of Black Bird in October 1912, he was able to drive the Ottomans of Kasova from the battlefield and lead the Serb armies, as well as kill the Ottoman prince, Sultan Muldra I.
It was a great battle that gave him honor and also paid tribute to his armies who had died on the field during the war.
The Mystery of the Second War
Alexander the strong and well- known man, met with a 7- year- old girl, Valska Zoicheva, whom he angrily slapped when she mentioned her origin being Bulgaria, his enemy kingdom.
This act spread all throughout the Bulgarian kingdom to the extent that the authorities searched for her father, Danail Zoichev, and pleaded with him to make it look like fiction rather than reality, but he refused and promised vengeance.
At this point, Alexander was nominated as the chief commander of the Serbian army, a position similar to the chief of staff of supreme headquarters once held by Stepanovic during the mobilization of armies.
Alexander Returned As King Of Yugoslavia
After the death of his father, Alexander was crown king of Serbia as well as Yugoslavia. Alexander, through his duty as king, had been recorded as being a great and courageous man.
Despite having a physical health issue, he never got to the point of being tired or resigning from what took him to the throne and to the fulfilment of his father’ s wishes. Despite his strong belief in unitary government, he refused Federalism, which led to his assassination in order to fully implement a political system in the kingdom.
However, coming to the area of allowing France to have easy access to some parts of Yugoslavia’ s territories, as it was believed by the foreign minister of France, Louis Bathou, that this could only be achieved if Alexander was to be assassinated.
Thus, after Alexander had relieved himself of three family members murdered during a battle with the Serbian and French, he decided to pay a visit to Marseille to make peace between the two countries.
In conclusion, the assassination was the first recorded and captured on film as it was also obvious that Alexander’ s death was finally recognized in 1974 when a bullet was found in his car as proof that he was assassinated, not only by the French leader, Vloda Chernozemski.