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Destinies from the Saharan-Siberian Space (4)

The Bacauan*  Man Who Penetrated the Iron Curtain   Teodor Exilescu was born in Bacau, on the morning of March 6, 1945, just few hours before Petru Groza became the first head of government imposed by the tanks of the foreigners… This is why whenever this subject come about, the bacauan says both smiling and […]

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Destinies from the Saharan-Siberian Space (3)

The Sorocean* Man Who Was Mutilated by a Shell in Peacetime Stefan Basarabescu, whose friends called Fanel, was a native of Soroca. This was a place where the banks of the Dniester are just separated enough from each other to form a shallow ford, where the limpid water comes to the knee and whose bed is […]

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Destinies from the Saharan-Siberian Space (2)

A Siberian “Velikorusse” *and  the Gun Souvenir from Afghanistan Vsegdapianii (“Alwaysdrunk”) was the proud owner of one bedroom apartment in Kurgan, in Siberia, a town not far from the Ural Mountains. Several times a day, he loved pacing thoughtfully in the sitting room – with thrown out chest, hands behind his back – and saying […]

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Destinies from The Saharan-Siberian Space (1)

A Sinner Ficherman and the Sharks of Al Dakhla Salid («Ficher»), nicknamed Atsim («Sinner»), was, throughout his life, an octopus fisherman in Al Dakhla, a small dot on the map, near the Tropic of Cancer, on the  West Coast of Atlantic. Son of a peasant, he was only fourteen when he fled to Casablanca. It […]

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Files from the Whispered History of Romanians (12)

In the period May 8, 1921 –  April 4, 1944, the Communist Party of Romania had seven general secretaries, of whom six were of allogenic ethnicities: Jewish, Ukrainian, Polish, Bulgarian and Hungarian   Communist Party of Romania was the forerunner of the Romanian Communist Party in the period May 8, 1921 – October 16, 1945. […]

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Files from the Whispered History of Romanians (11)

The assassinations of Corneliu Zelea Codreanu, of “decemviri” and “nicadori” have been made   under the protection of the Romanian Orthodox Church and other 242 legionnaire leaders under the protection of the Romanian Army   The Romanian Orthodox Church and the Romanian Army are two basic institutions of Romania, they enjoying, generally, a lot of […]

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Files from the Whispered History of Romanians (10)

Cadrilater was ceded without a fight by General Ion Victor Antonescu government (1), just as King Charles II had done previously in the cases of Northern Transylvania, Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina   The coming to power on a wave of a large popular discontent against the policy of the old government and, among the first […]

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Files from the Whispered History of Romanians (9)

At the Massacre from the Penitentiary of Jilava, on the night of September 26 to 27, 1940, the Legionary Police killed 64 prisoners, but no communist prisoner   In the movie “A Commissioner Accuses”, released on April 1, 1974, Sergiu Nicolaescu, in the quality as a director, but, especially, and as scriptwriter (n.a. Sergiu Nicolaescu […]

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Files from the Whispered History of Romanians (8)

Romanian Armies III and IV, the weakest links of the front line from Stalingrad   In World War II, the Romanian Army participated both in alliance with Axis, between June 22, 1941 and August 23, 1944, and with the Allies, between August 24, 1944 and May 8, 1945, Victory Day in Europe, when has entered […]