A Carol II
B Nicholas II C Edward III D Stefan I 12.
Keywords: King Carol II
, Constantin Argetoianu, executive power, internal policy, National Renaissance Front
1940King Carol II
of Romania abdicate and succeed by his son Michael I.
Many documents have been ordered separately for each family member of the Romanian Royal House: King Carol I, King Ferdinand, King Carol II
, King Michael, Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mary, Queen Elena, Prince Nicolae and princesses Elisabeta and Ileana.
Estoril thus hosted Italy's King Umerto II, King Carol II
of Romania, and the Count of Barcelona, the heir to the Spanish throne.
Eight years later, King Carol II
would decree the dissolution of all Romanian political parties.
In September 1940, Romanian King Carol II
abdicated his throne and handed power over to Marshal Ion Antonescu, who pursued policies that Antonescu hoped would lead to an "ethnically pure" Romania.
In 1938 Carol II
marked his assumption of autocratic power by adopting Nazi-style anti-Semitic laws in Romania.
Football fan King Carol II
of Romania was determined to personally select his squad for the 1930 World Cup.
But she still cherishes two souvenirs from her war work: A silver cigar box from King Carol II
of Romania for aiding his escape into Portugal using old Moorish tunnels to the docks, and a large salver bought with sailor's salaries bearing the inscription ``A small token of appreciation to Mrs R G Evans for her wonderful kindness, hospitality and encouragement to all officers and men of the Merchant Navy during 1940-45".
King Carol II
from Romania was selector for the first World Cup in 1930, and the team had to travel for two weeks by boat to reach the venue in Uruguay.
A MERCEDES BENZ 540K roadster presented by Hitler to King Carol II
of Romania in 1939 is on the market for pounds 2.