Historian and politician. Born in Novi Sad, Austria-Hungary (now Serbia). he entered political life in 1939 when the Serbian Cultural Club was established and became its president. When Germany attacked Yugoslavia in 1941, he came to England with King Peter II, and became prime minister in exile until 1943 when he was tried in his absence by Josip Broz Tito. Died at his home at 39b Queen's Gate Gardens.
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