YUGOSLAVIA: Little Emperor

Belgrade is a natural fortress, a high place from which to rule, a snug capital round which the mighty Danube bends. Last week he who rules at Belgrade was wrestling with the forces tending to disrupt his realm. He, Alexander I, is a king in name but a little emperor in fact. His people are of a myriad races and sects, including the Mohammedan. Last week His Majesty faced an especially disheartening cabinet crisis.

Fortunately, King Alexander of Jugoslavia not only reigns but rules. He is in touch with political leaders of all factions...

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