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Prince Paul of Yugoslavia, regent of Yugoslavia following Alexander I's assassination, was deposed by a Serbian military coup after the signing of the Tripartite Pact.
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Instead, they moved to Paris, where Prince Paul died at age 83 on September 14, 1976. In accordance with the ban from Yugoslavia, Prince Paul's body was buried in Lausanne, Switzerland.
In 2012, the Serbian government agreed to allow Prince Paul's body, along with those of his wife and his son Nicholas, to be exhumed in Switzerland and reburied in Serbia with state honors.
A memorial ceremony was held in the royal family's honor at the Cathedral Church in Belgrade in October of 2012. Afterward, their remains were placed in the Serbian royal mausoleum, and were later reburied at Saint George's Church in Oplenac, across from those of Prince Paul's father, Prince Arsen.
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