Crown of Thorns: The Reign of King Boris III of Bulgaria, 1918-1943

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Madison Books, 6 באוג׳ 1998 - 440 עמודים
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A fascinating biography of Bulgaria's tragic monarch, Boris III, based on private correspondence and extensive interviews with members of the Bulgarian royal family. The son of King Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Boris became king after the first World War. Noted for defying Hitler wishes for Bulgaria's Jews, the popular king died mysteriously in 1943 after a stormy meeting with Hitler.
 

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Defeat and Despair
1
Childhood and Youth
15
The Ephemeral Radomir Republic
34
The Abdication
49
The Debut of the Lonely King
57
The Stambolisky Regime
67
The Coup dEtat
88
The September Uprising
102
The King Takes the Reins
215
The NonParty Regime
229
Pressure from All Sides
253
The Tripartite Pact
275
A NonBelligerent Ally
296
The Jewish Dilemma
316
Communist Subversion
332
Meetings with Hitler Feelers to the Allies
344

The Macedonian Drama and the IMRO
112
The Bombing of SvetaNedelia Cathedral
124
A Period of Reprisals
141
True Democracy
151
The Royal Romance
163
The Bloc Years
179
The 1934 Coup
199
The Mysterious Death
362
Epilogue
385
References
389
Bibliography
399
Index
403
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