SERBIA: Change of Address

Before and just after World War I, Prince George of Serbia, elder brother of assassinated King Alexander of Yugoslavia, had the reputation of being the most violent member of a most violent race. He stuck out his tongue at diplomats, killed a servant with a kick, heaved bottles at the windows of Serbia's late great Premier Nikola Pashitch. In 1923 he was declared insane, has since lived in seclusion with his guards, his physician, a succession of girl friends for sparring partners.

Last week, according to a report on the Budapest radio, the Prince had moved, was ensconced in the...

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