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NICHOLAS I, King of Montenegro (28 August 1910 – 26 November 1918). Succeeded as Ruling Prince of Montenegro (13 August 1860) when his childless uncle Danilo I was assassinated. On 28 August 1910, during the celebration of his jubilee, he assumed the title of king. In January 1916, during WWI, Montenegro was conquered by Austria and the king went into exile. At the end of the war, he was deposed and Montenegro was annexed into Serbia, and then into what eventually became Yugoslavia.

NICHOLAS I, King of Montenegro (28 August 1910 – 26 November 1918). Succeeded as Ruling Prince of Montenegro (13 August 1860) when his childless uncle Danilo I was assassinated. On 28 August 1910, during the celebration of his jubilee, he assumed the title of king. In January 1916, during WWI, Montenegro was conquered by Austria and the king went into exile. At the end of the war, he was deposed and Montenegro was annexed into Serbia, and then into what eventually became Yugoslavia.

King Milan i of Serbia with his wife Natalie and their son the future King Alexander I. Neither Milan or his Queen had any western European Royal ancestry although the two cousins were both descendants of aristocratic Serbian families. Milan was neither a good king or a very good husband.

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King Milan i of Serbia with his wife Natalie and their son the future King Alexander I. Neither Milan or his Queen had any western European Royal ancestry although the two cousins were both descendants of aristocratic Serbian families. Milan was neither a good king or a very good husband.

20 mariées inoubliables : ces célébrités qui sont entrées dans l’histoire Image: 1

20 mariées inoubliables : ces célébrités qui sont entrées dans l’histoire

20 mariées inoubliables : ces célébrités qui sont entrées dans l’histoire Image: 1

Prince Vsevolod Ivanovich Romanov of Russia (wearing a sailor's suit) with his sister Princess Catherine Ivanovna Romanov and their great grandfather King Nicholas l (Serbia) of Montenegro in 1921.A♥W

Prince Vsevolod Ivanovich Romanov of Russia (wearing a sailor's suit) with his sister Princess Catherine Ivanovna Romanov and their great grandfather King Nicholas l (Serbia) of Montenegro in 1921.A♥W

Assassinat d'Alexandre Ier et Louis Barthou — Wikipédia

Assassinat d'Alexandre Ier et Louis Barthou — Wikipédia

Queen Natalia of Serbia, consort of King Milan I in a traditional serbian costume. 1870s.

Queen Natalia of Serbia, consort of King Milan I in a traditional serbian costume. 1870s.

L'empereur Charles de Habsbourg, Né à Persenbeug sur le Danube, en Basse Autriche, le 17 août 1887, Charles était le fils aîné de l’archiduc d’Autriche Otton François. En 1911, il épousait Zita de la famille des Bourbons de Parme. Ses derniers mots ont été un simple nom: «Jésus». Les vertus héroïques ont été reconnues à la Vatican.

L'empereur Charles de Habsbourg, Né à Persenbeug sur le Danube, en Basse Autriche, le 17 août 1887, Charles était le fils aîné de l’archiduc d’Autriche Otton François. En 1911, il épousait Zita de la famille des Bourbons de Parme. Ses derniers mots ont été un simple nom: «Jésus». Les vertus héroïques ont été reconnues à la Vatican.

King Alexander I and Queen Maria of Yugoslavia

King Alexander I and Queen Maria of Yugoslavia

Princess Zorka of Montenegro.jpg

Princess Zorka of Montenegro.jpg

Milan Obrenović (Cyrillic: Милан Обреновић; 22 August 1854 – 11 February 1901), was the ruler of Serbia from 1868 to 1889, first as prince (1868-1882) and as king (1882-1889).

Milan Obrenović (Cyrillic: Милан Обреновић; 22 August 1854 – 11 February 1901), was the ruler of Serbia from 1868 to 1889, first as prince (1868-1882) and as king (1882-1889).

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