See also: Bogdan
Filov studied in Germany before becoming professor and historian of university in Bulgaria. Public Minister for Labor in 1939, his germanophilie notorious gives access to him the post of Prime Minister the February 16th 1940; the Tsar Boris III wishing to approach the Axis. However, Boris III and Filov always refused to engage the Bulgarian troops in war, and this in spite of the pressures of Adolf Hitler.
After the death of Boris III in August 1943, Filov left its president's functions of the Council the September 9th 1943, to become one of the three members of the council of regency for the new king, Siméon II, then 6 years old.
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