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Diaries of Princess Ksenija Petrović-Njegoš

    The diaries were written by Montenegrin Princess Ksenija Petrović Njegoš who witnessed key moments in Montenegrin history. During the royal family’s period of « exile », she was a politician, adviser to the King and coordinator of the deeds of the government in emigration.

    Original source name : Dnevnici princeze Ksenije Petrović- Njegoš
    English translation : Diaries of Princess Ksenija Petrović-Njegoš
    Creator : personal fonds
    Document- type 1 : diary/memoir
    Reference number : n/a
    Language(s) : Montenegrin, Serbian, French
    Geographical coverage : Montenegro
    Time range : 20thc.
    Year(s) : 1905-1928
    Theme 1 : exile
    Theme 2 : family
    Link to the item in the catalogue : The fonds is still being catalogue and hasn't yet been assigned a reference number, but contacts can be made in-person or via the website.
    Publication(s) : n/a
    Archive name : Narodni muzej Crne Gore-Arhivsko odjeljenje
    Archive name (English) : National Museum of Montenegro - Archival Department
    Archive address : Novice Cerovića bb, Cetinje, Montenegro
    City : Cetinje
    Country : Montenegro
    Official website and institutional resources :
    Finding aid(s) : no
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