Zog I

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Zog I

 (zōg) Originally Ahmed Bey Zogolli. 1895-1961.
Albanian president (1925-1928) and king (1928-1946) who fled the country after Italy's invasion (1939) and later abdicated.
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Zog I

(zɒɡ)
n
(Biography) 1895–1961, king of Albania (1928–39), formerly prime minister (1922–24) and president (1925–28). He allowed Albania to become dominated by Fascist Italy and fled into exile when Mussolini invaded (1939)
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