Kingdom of Yugoslavia

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The Kingdom of Yugoslavia (formerly the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes) was created by the unification of the Kingdom of Serbia (which included Montenegro and parts of Macedonia) and the temporary nations of Slovenia and Croatia on 1 December 1918.

Until 1929, the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes was a parliamentary monarchy, but King Alexander I decided to abolish the old constitution and installed himself as an absolute ruler.  He renamed the country the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in October of 1929.

All monarchs were members of the  House of Karađorđević. Peter I was King of Serbia and Montenegro, when he was then also declared King of Slovenes and Croats to become the first ever King of

Name Portrait Birth Marriage Death Succession right Royal house Title
Peter I
December 1918–
August 1921
Peter I
June 1844
in Belgrade
Princess Zorka of Montengro
5 children
16 August 1921
aged 77
King of Serbia and Montenegro, declared King of Croatia and Slovenia House of 
"King of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes"
Alexander I
August 1921–
Kralj aleksandar1
December 1888
in Cetinje
Maria of Yugoslavia
8 June 1922
3 children
--Son of Peter IHouse of 
"King of Yugoslavia"
Prince Peter II
Peter II
September 1923
in Belgrade
-- --Son of Alexander IHouse of 

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