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1912 Alexander of Serbia, Boris of Bulgaria, Constantine of Greece, Ferdinand of Romania & Daniel of Montenegro

The Balkan Crown Princes at a gathering: Alexander of Serbia, Boris of Bulgaria, Constantine of Greece, Ferdinand of Romania, Danilo of

The Edinburgh sisters in mourning for King Ferdinand of Romania

The Edinburgh sisters in mourning for King Ferdinand of Romania

King George I of Greece visits the Bulgarian Tsar Ferdinand in the headquarters of the Bulgarian army

King George I of Greece visits the Bulgarian Tsar Ferdinand in the headquarters of the Bulgarian army in the city of Thessaloniki during the latter's visit there during the First Balkan War.

Princess Marie of Edinburgh and fiance, Crownprince Ferdinand of Romania.

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Ferdinand I, Tsar of Bulgaria, Unknown photographer

Tsaar Ferdinand I van Bulgarije.

From left: Crown Prince Ferdinand of Romania, Tsar Nikolai II of Russia, King Carol I of Romania, June 1914

Nicholas with Carol I and Ferdinand of Romania & Not much Russian antique…

Prince Nicholas of Romania (1903-1978) was the second son of King Ferdinand & Queen Marie of Romania. He was the younger brother of Carol, heir apparent, who renounced his rights of succession in 1925. When Ferdinand died in 1927, he was succeeded as king by Carol's five year-old son, Michael; Nicholas himself had been proposed as heir-apparent when Carol married the commoner Zizi Lambrino in 1918 (a marriage later annulled).

Prince Nicholas of Romania was the second son of King Ferdinand…

"Tsar Ferdinand of Bulgaria and his 38745384563845684 medals. ”

Ferdinand I February 1861 – 10 September born Ferdinand Maximilian Karl Leopold Maria of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, was the ruler .

Alexander I (Aleksandar I Karađorđević), also known as Alexander the Unifier (1888–1934) was a prince regent of Kingdom of Serbia & later a King of Yugoslavia from 1921–34. On Tuesday, 9 October 1934, he was arrived in Marseilles to start a state visit to France, to strengthen the two countries' alliance in the Little Entente. While Alexander was being driven in a car through the streets, a gunman stepped from the street & shot the King & the chauffeur with a semiautomatic pistol.

Famous Freemasons: Alexander I of Yugoslavia, 16 December 1888 [O. 4 December] – 9 October was the first king of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia as well as the last king of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes

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