Zog



(Ahmed Bey Zogu) 1895–1961, king of Albania 1928–39.
Historical Examples

Italian forces invaded Albania on that day, forcing zog to flee the country, never to return.
Area Handbook for Albania Eugene K. Keefe

zog also retained a sizable armed group from his old tribal region.
Area Handbook for Albania Eugene K. Keefe

zog commenced his 14 years long reign first as president and then as king (zog the first, needless to add).
After the Rain Sam Vaknin

noun
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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