Foreign News: A Commoner Looks at a King

Yugoslavia's youthful Peter II turned up in London last week, summoned by a commoner, to test his chances of remaining king. He came in style and in haste, in Winston Churchill's private plane, and with him he brought his worried Premier, Bozhida Purich. His fiancée, Princess Alexandra of Greece, met him at the airport, whisked him up to London by car. Gossips said a wedding was on Peter's London schedule. Alexandra's uncle, King George of Greece, had also run up from Cairo to London last week, perhaps also summoned by Commoner Churchill.

En route to London was another Yugoslav: Tito's Foreign Minister,...

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