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Foto: privatna arhiva

Foto: privatna arhiva

Foto: privatna arhiva

Foto: privatna arhiva

PRVOG DANA PRAVOSLAVNE NOVE GODINE: Pre 34 godine rođeni su blizanci u srpskoj Kraljevskoj porodici | Najnovije vesti - Srbija danas

PRVOG DANA PRAVOSLAVNE NOVE GODINE: Pre 34 godine rođeni su blizanci u srpskoj Kraljevskoj porodici | Najnovije vesti - Srbija danas

Children of Alexander I and Marie of Yugoslavia from left to right: Prince Andrej, Prince Tomislav and Prince Peter

Children of Alexander I and Marie of Yugoslavia from left to right: Prince Andrej, Prince Tomislav and Prince Peter

Jelisaveta Karađorđević alias Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia

Jelisaveta Karađorđević alias Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia

Princess Jelena Karađorđević (1884-1962) Serbia was known as Elena, Jelena, Hélène (Helen) Petrovna after her marriage to Prince John Constantinovich Romanov (1886-1918) of Russia. Daughter of King Peter I of Serbia & Princess Zorka of Montenegro. John was murdered in 1918 with his brothers & other family in a mine shaft & His wife Helen Petrovna left Russia in April 1919 with help from the King of Norway.

Princess Jelena Karađorđević (1884-1962) Serbia was known as Elena, Jelena, Hélène (Helen) Petrovna after her marriage to Prince John Constantinovich Romanov (1886-1918) of Russia. Daughter of King Peter I of Serbia & Princess Zorka of Montenegro. John was murdered in 1918 with his brothers & other family in a mine shaft & His wife Helen Petrovna left Russia in April 1919 with help from the King of Norway.

Prince Peter of Yugoslavia (later Peter II of Yugoslavia) and his maternal grandmother, Queen Marie of Romania.

Prince Peter of Yugoslavia (later Peter II of Yugoslavia) and his maternal grandmother, Queen Marie of Romania.

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