King Zog spent most of his time in exile in Britian at Parmoor House in the village of Frieth. This website covers the history of Frieth based on the work of local historian Joan Barksfield, who moved to Frieth in 1948.
Sue Ryder Prayer Fellowship is the organisation which now owns and runs Parmoor House where King Zog lived 1940-1946.The website includes photographs and history of the house.
King Zog and his family lived at The Ritz hotel in Picadilly in London from June 1940 until early 1941 when they moved to Ascot. The hotel was built in 1906 and still functions in the same tradition today.
Teri and Danush Doshishti, nieces of King Zog, daughters of Princess Adile Doshishti attended and lived at Heathfield School in Ascot inthe 1930s.
Portmeirion is a village on the Welsh coast, where the Albanian royal family went on holiday one summer.
Cosgrove village in Northamptonshire where the royal family's friend George Winterbottom lived, and where Queen Geraldine opened the village fete in 1945.
The Centre for Albanian Studies is a London-based charity that promotes the knowledge of Albanian culture and history.
A website about the Albanian Royal Family written, run by Patrice Najbor (in French).
Website of the Albanian Embassy in London. It includes useful links to Albanian groups in Britain under "Albanian Community".
Website for the Albanian Studies programme at the School or Slavonic and East European Studies. This programme was funded by money from Alexander Naci/Nash whose father was King Zog's secretary.
A website that includes a detailed family tree of the Zogu dynasty. It also includes biographical details of King Zog and King Leka, and details about royal Albanian orders and decorations.
The Czechoslovak Government in Exile Research Society includes details about the Czechoslovaks in England during the war. President Benes of Czechoslovakia sometimes visited King Zog at Parmoor.
This web site is dedicated to the men and women who left Poland to fight against the Nazis and Russian Communism in the 1939 - 1945 War. King Zog and General Sikorski of Poland used to meet sometimes during the war.
This website was made possible thanks to a funding grant from the British National Lottery Heritage Lottery Fund.
The website of the Court of King Zog Research Society