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Tuesday 9th of October 1934

86 years ago He Became the Most Dangerous Terrorist in Europe



Anarchist and assassin Vlado Chernozemski aka Vlado the Chauffeur is struck by a slash from a cavalryman's sabre, shot in the head from a nearby police officer and savagely beaten by the enraged crowd after shooting Alexander I of Yugoslavia to death at the age of 37 in Square Puget, Marseille, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France.


The driver and Alexander's companion in the car, French Foreign Minister Louis Barthou, were also fatally hit by a stray bullet fired by French police during the scuffle following the attack. For murdering King Alexander I, Chernozemski was posthumously declared the most dangerous terrorist in Europe.