Anniversary Of The Death Of Tsar Boris III - Personality

Anniversary Of The Death Of Tsar Boris III - Personality 

 On August 28, 1943 died King Boris III (Catholic name: Louis Robert Pierre BorisStanislav) - Bulgarian king from 1918 until 1943 He was born on January 30, 1894Son of King Ferdinand I and Princess Marie Luisa of Bourbon-Parma, brother of Cyrilof Preslav. At birth, he was awarded the Order of "St. Alexander" I degree, and I andIV degree of military medal "For courage". In 1896 is renamed in Eastern faith - hisgodfather was the Russian Emperor Nicholas II. Graduate School in Sofia in 1912,visited St. Petersburg and Kiev (1911), where he was awarded the highest Russianorder "St. Andrew Parvozvaniy" with diamonds.  

 

 


 

 

   In 1911-1912, the travel for scientific purposes in the interior of Asia Minor along the Mediterranean and the Canary Islands. Adulthood is celebrated in Sofia in 1912 with great celebrations in the presence of prestolonaslednitsite Turkey, Romania, Serbia, Greece and Montenegro, as well as many prominent foreign guests. Take part in the Balkan War with Rila Division VII. In 1915 follows the Military Academy in Sofia. During the First World War as an officer in the order of the current army headquarters, execute orders of the supreme command of military and political nature. Ascended to the throne on October 3, 1918 Assumed marriage to Princess Giovanna of Savoy, which were born: Princess Marie-Louise (January 13, 1933) and Simeon, Prince of Turnovo (June 16, 1937).
    Reign of Tsar Boris III takes place in the most complex and difficult years of the Third Bulgarian Kingdom. Victory in World War I and humiliated by the Treaty of Neuilly (1919), Bulgaria is in a state of political isolation. The country is running high sharp political struggles that led to the military coup of June 9, 1923 (coup to overthrow the government led by the Agrarian al. Stamboliiski performed by military and political union group "National Concord" with the support of the palace). With patience, tact and political skill, King Boris III was able to achieve domestic political tranquility in the country, creating conditions for economic stability and strengthen the international prestige of Bulgaria.
    During World War II Bulgaria joined the Tripartite Pact (March 1, 1941), but not send troops to the Eastern Front. Since early 1943, attempts to re-orientation to the UK and USA. Boris III was the only ruler who does not export the Bulgarian Jews in Germany, which saved them from destruction. Winner of the French Order of Legion of Honour (3 times), the British Royal Victorian Order, Order of the Belgian "Leopold", home of the German order of knights "St. Hubertus", the "Red Eagle" (Prussia), the Russian Order " St. Anna, "the Romanian" Carroll III ", distinctions of Italy, Austria, Poland and others. He died in unexplained circumstances. Buried in the Rila Monastery.

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