Antonescu


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Antonescu

(ˌæntɒˈnɛskjuː)
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(Biography) Ion. 1882–1946, Romanian general and statesman; appointed prime minister (1940) by King Carol II. He was executed for war crimes
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As a result of this capitulation, the Garda de fier became more powerful and, after allying themselves with the Statul National Legionar (National Legionary State), the political party of the former Chief of the General Staff, General Ion Antonescu, forced the king to abdicate.
Gold JS, Antonescu CR, Hajdu C, Ferrone CR, Hussain M, Lewis JJ, et al.
The systematic study of tornadoes began in the seventeenth century (e.g., Peterson 1982; Antonescu 2017), and the first efforts to develop a pan-European tornado climatology date back to the nineteenth century (Antonescu et al.
After this workshop, I understand that Clariants project creates many opportunities for me as a farmer, from the valorization of straw residues to the involvement in related activities, such as baling, storage and transportation of straw bales, said Liviu Mihail Antonescu, representative of S.C.
[6] Stojadinovic A, Karpoff HM, Antonescu CR, et al.
Bowne WB, Antonescu CR, Leung DH, Katz SC, Hawkins WG, Woodruff JM, et al.
(10.) Errani C, Zhang L, Sung YS, Hajdu M, Singer S, Maki RG, Healey JH, Antonescu CR.
Este articulo retoma los resultados del proyecto Atlas de Turismo Alternativo de la Peninsula de Yucatan Mexico (Garcia de Fuentes et al., 2015) [1], analizando desde una perspectiva geohistorica (Antonescu y Stock, 2014) el proceso que conlleva a la turistificacion de los espacios rurales en este contexto geografico a partir de la informacion de inicios de operacion de los emprendimientos comunitarios, permitiendo entender este fenomeno desde una perspectiva geografica e historica mediante sus procesos de conformacion y distribucion en el territorio.
According to the Variety, the film, which also won the Europa Cinemas network prize and support, "employs a meta-structure historical immersion to convey a little-known chapter of WWII in which popular general Ion Antonescu led a massacre of Jews."
After the loss of southern Dobruja, in 1940, of Bessarabia and Northern Bucovina, in the same year, the communist agitators grouped more actively in Romania, but they could not act too easily, because of the dictatorship of Antonescu and the Iron-Guard, and Antonescu.
1946Ion Antonescu, the fascist wartime prime minister of Romania, is sentenced to death.