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==Prince of Bulgaria==
Na súa infancia e mocidade Alexandre visitou frecuentemente [[San Petersburgo]], e cando a [[Guerra ruso-turca de 1877-78]] estalou ingresou no exército ruso<ref>Duncan M. Perry ''Stefan Stambolov and the Emergence of Modern Bulgaria, 1870-1895''. Duke University Press (1993), p. 243</ref> participando na campaña búlgara de 1877. WhenCando, underso theo [[TreatyTratado ofde BerlinBerlín, 1878|TreatyTratado ofde BerlinBerlín]] (1878), Bulgaria becamemudou an autonomousnun [[principalityprincipado]] underbaixo the suzerainty of thesoberanía [[OttomanImperio EmpireOtomán|otomá]], theo Tsartsar recommendedrecomendoulle hiso nephewseu tosobriño theaos Bulgariansbúlgaros ascomo ao candidatecandidato forideal theao newly-created thronetrono, ande thea [[NationalAsemblea AssemblyNacional ofde Bulgaria|GrandGrande NationalAsemblea AssemblyNacional]] unanimouslypor electedunanimidade Princeelixiu Alexandera asAexandre PrinceBattenberg ofcomo príncipe de Bulgaria (o 29 Aprilde abril de 1879). AtNese thatintre, timeAlexandre, heservía heldcomo atenente commissionna[[Gardes asdu aCorps|Garda lieutenantReal inde the [[PrussiaPrusia]]n life-guards aten [[PotsdamPostdam]]. BeforeAntes proceedingde tomarchar para Bulgaria, Princevisitou Alexanderao paidtsar visitsno to[[Palacio thede Tsar at [[Livadia]], to the courts of the great powers and to the ([[sultanCrimea]];), aun Russiannavío warshipde thenguerra conveyedlevou him toa [[Varna]], ande afterlogo takingde theprestar [[oathxuramento]] to theá [[TarnovoConstitución Constitutionde Tarnovo|newnova constitutionconstitución]] aten [[Turnovo]]Veliko (8 July 1879) he went to [[SofiaTarnovo|Tarnovo]]. Theo people8 everywherede ''enxullo route''de greeted1879 himdirixiuse with immense enthusiasm. (For the political history of Prince Alexander's reign, seea [[History of BulgariaSofía]].)
 
The new ruling prince had not had any previous training in governing, and a range of problems confronted him. He found himself caught between the official representatives of Russia, who wanted him to behave as a ''[[roi fainéant]]'', and the Bulgarian politicians, who actively pursued their own quarrels with a violence that threatened the stability of Bulgaria.
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