I'm reading the book The Sleepwalkers by Christopher Clarke, and it says that the interior minister during the rule of Alexander in Serbia (late 1890s), was involved in regicide conspiracy. However I checked the reference and couldn't find the book "Apis" by "David MacKenzie" in nearby library. Could somebody shed some light on it?

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So I found then answer later in the book, the regicide conspiracy was to assassinate then king Alexander of Serbia.

  • ...that's what "regicide" usually implies, yes...?!? – DevSolar May 15 at 6:56
  • Yeah I thought it was not a word, later realized my mistake – Aakash Gupta May 15 at 6:57

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