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King Petar II Karadordevic miscellaneous papers
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Carol, King of Romania


Churchill, Winston


Eden, Anthony


Gavrilo, Patriarch of the Serbian Orthodox Church


George IV, King of England


Officers, non-commissioned officers, and soldiers


Roosevelt, Franklin Delano


Truman, Harry S


Vukovich-Bircanin, Momcilo




Subject File

box 1

"Announcement," from the office of His Majesty King Peter II, London, 1956 June 10 (in Serbian)


Christmas Greeting, by King Peter II, Cannes, 1967 December 21 (in Serbian)


Open Letter, "Dear Brother Serbs," from the Heir Apparent Crown Prince Alexander Karadjordjevich, London, 1974 (in Serbian)


Sound recordings (phonorecords)

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Sound recording of King Peter II luncheon on Yugoslav Liberty Day 1941 September 6

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Use copy reference number: 74092_a_0001772

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Yugoslav Liberty Day luncheon at the Commodore Hotel in New York in celebration of King Peter II's 18th birthday. Several speeches are made decrying the Nazi aggression in Europe in opposition to liberty.3 discs
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Sound recording of address by King Peter II of Yugoslavia 1942 June 26

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Use copy reference number: 74092_a_0001773

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King Peter II speaks to the American people from a Washington, D.C. studio. He holds that America is a beacon of liberty for the people of Yugoslavia. He then details the defense of Yugoslavia against the Nazi invasion, including the military leaders still in the country commanding the Yugoslav forces. Concluding, he speaks to people of Yugoslavian descent in his native language. Audio says this program was presented by the Blue Network. Concluding side has NBC chimes. 2 discs