Religious persecution during the Soviet occupation of Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina
During the Soviet occupation, the religious life in Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina underwent a persecution similar to the one in Russia between the two World Wars. In the first days of occupation, c...
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Bessarabia in Romanian-Soviet relations
The issue of Bessarabia in Romania–Soviet Union relations was originally avoided in the 1950s, but as Romania began to distance itself from the Soviet Union, the issue of Bessarabia was brought up in ...
Bessarabia in Romanian-Soviet relations - Wikipedia
Romanian Bridgehead
The Romanian Bridgehead (Polish: Przedmoście rumuńskie) was an area in southeastern Poland, now located in Ukraine. During the Invasion of Poland of 1939 (at the start of World War II), on 14 Sept...
Romanian Bridgehead - Wikipedia
Scînteia
Scînteia ("The Spark"; the initial spelling of the name in Romanian was Scânteia until the change of the orthography in 1953, as it would have been again the orthography having officially reverted in ...
Scînteia - Wikipedia
România Liberă
România liberă (English: Free Romania) is one of the leading newspapers in Romania, based in Bucharest.
The name România liberă was first used by a daily newspaper focusing on politics publish...
Demographic estimates of the flight and expulsion of Germans
Demographic estimates of the flight and expulsion of Germans have been derived by either the compilation of registered dead and missing persons or by a comparison of pre-war and post-war population da...
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Romanian Armies in the Battle of Stalingrad
Two Romanian armies, the Third and the Fourth, were involved in the Battle of Stalingrad, helping to protect the northern and southern flanks respectively of the German 6th Army as it tried to conquer...
Romanian Armies in the Battle of Stalingrad - Wikipedia
Regele Ferdinand-class destroyer
The Regele Ferdinand class was two destroyers built in Italy for the Romanian Navy, which fought in World War II.
Following the end of World War I and the re-purchase of two Mărăști-class des...
Regele Ferdinand-class destroyer - Wikipedia
Mărăști-class destroyer
The Mărăști class were a group of destroyers built in Italy for the Romanian Navy. The ships fought in both world wars but for different owners and had a complex history.
In 1913, the Romanian gov...
Mărăști-class destroyer - Wikipedia
Khotin Uprising
The Uprising of Khotin was an insurrection by Ukrainians in northern Bessarabia less than a year after its Union with the Romanian Kingdom, on January 23–February 1, 1919. The city of Khotin (Ukrainia...