YUGOSLAVIA: Throwback to Assassination?

Serbia was the traditional Land of Assassinations. Most famed: the shooting of Archduke Franz Ferdinand at Serajevo, the prelude to the World War. Most atrocious: the murder in their royal night clothes of King Alexander and Queen Draga of Serbia in 1903 by Serbian officers in the pay of Imperial Austria. Last week it seemed that although small Serbia no longer exists, having become large Jugoslavia, there has been a throwback to old-style Serbian assassination at Belgrade.

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In the Skupshtina or Parliament of Jugoslavia at Belgrade last week the leader...

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