A KING'S HERITAGE by Peter II of Yugoslavia

A KING'S HERITAGE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An intimate picture of international royalty as well as Yugoslavia's own recent explosive history emerges from the autobiography of a young man with an old man's problems. His boyhood marred by his father's assassination, Peter returned home from England- later to see a pact signed with the Axis and still later, to see Tito take over. Exiled now, he still hopes for the return of the old order. Sentimental and forlorn, this youthful view of a political sore spot may appeal.

Pub Date: Nov. 4th, 1954
Publisher: Putnam