Francisc Rainer
Francisc Iosif Rainer (December 28, 1874 – August 4, 1944) was an Austro-Hungarian-born Romanian pathologist, physiologist and anthropologist. From an immigrant family, he earned early recognition for...
Vasile Stoica
Vasile Stoica ([vaˈsile ˈstojka], also known as Basil Stoica; 1889–1959) was a Romanian political writer, diplomat, and close assistant of European statesmen Tomáš Masaryk and Ion I.C. Brătianu.
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Aurel Aldea
Aurel Aldea (18 March 1887 – 17 October 1949) was a Romanian general and anti-communist resistance leader.
Born in Slatina in 1887, he served briefly as Minister of the Interior in the Constantin ...
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Mihail Manoilescu
Mihail Manoilescu ([mihaˈil mano.iˈlesku]; December 9, 1891 – December 30, 1950) was a Romanian journalist, engineer, economist, politician and memoirist, who served as Foreign Minister of Romania dur...
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Mihail Lascăr
Mihail Lascăr ([mihaˈil ˈlaskər]; born November 8, 1889 in Târgu Jiu, Romania; died July 24, 1959 in Bucharest, Romania) was a Romanian General during World War II and Romania's Minister of Defense fr...
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Gheorghe I. Brătianu
Gheorghe (George) I. Brătianu (February 3, 1898 – April 23–27, 1953) was a Romanian politician and historian. A member of the Brătianu family and initially affiliated with the National Liberal P...
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Constantin Coandă
Constantin Coandă (1857, Craiova – 1932 Bucharest) was a Romanian soldier and politician. He reached the rank of general in the Romanian Army, and later became mathematics professor at the Nati...
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Radu Lecca
Radu D. Lecca (February 15, 1890–1980) was a Romanian spy, journalist, civil servant and convicted war criminal. A World War I veteran who served a prison term for espionage in France during the...
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Camil Petrescu
Camil Petrescu ([kaˈmil peˈtresku]; April 22, 1894 – May 14, 1957; born and died in Bucharest) was a Romanian playwright, novelist, philosopher and poet. He marked the end of the traditional novel era...
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Alexandru Averescu
Alexandru Averescu ([alekˈsandru aveˈresku]; 1859–1938) was a Romanian marshal and populist politician. A Romanian Armed Forces Commander during World War I, he served as Prime Minister of three separ...
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Ion Dragalina
Ion Dragalina (December 16, 1860 – November 9, 1916) was a Romanian general, who died during the First World War in the battle of the Jiu valley. Dragalina was born in the city of Caransebeş, wh...
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Gheorghe Pănculescu
Gheorghe C. Pănculescu (March 26, 1903 – January 7, 2007) was the last Romanian World War I veteran and one of the last World War I veterans in the world. Pănculescu was born in Warsaw, then par...
Ioan Dimăncescu
Ioan Dem. Dimǎncescu (October 12, 1898, Titu – September 26, 1951, Bucharest) was a Romanian army officer, with a degree in physical education. He participated in the Boys and Girls Scout programs of ...
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Octav Onicescu
Octav Onicescu ([okˈtav oniˈt͡ʃesku]; August 20, 1892 – August 19, 1983) was a Romanian mathematician, member of the Romanian Academy, and founder of the Romanian school of probability theory an...
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