BULGARIA: Professional's Return

Bulgaria's War-time Prime Minister, Vasil Radoslavoff, has spent the past eleven years in exile, with his son-in-law's spare bedroom at Berlin as his base. Last week Exile Radoslavoff, who fled his country when Tsar Ferdinand was forced to abdicate the Bulgarian throne in 1918, was unofficially told that he might return to Bulgaria. The Bulgarian Sobranye (Assembly) had passed the third reading of a bill pardoning those ministers who were condemned to life imprisonment by the government of Alexander Stamboulisky, spectacular peasant, in 1922.

Chief reason for the flight of Vasil Radoslavoff...

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