Zanne IA (1895-1903) Proverbele romanilor din Romania, Basarabia
, Bucovina, Ungaria, Istria si Macedonia: proverbe, dicetori, povatuiri, cuvinte adevarate, asemanari, idiotisme si cimilituri, cu un Glosar romano-frances, 10 vols.
On the 3rd of March 1922, there were to be elections for Senate in the Old Kingdom, Basarabia
and Bucovina, and those for the Deputies Assembly, were on the 5th, 6th and 7th of March 1922 (Craciunoiu, 1995: 27).
rosie, 28 iunie-3 iulie 1940 sau Basarabia
si evreii (Bucharest: Editura Vremea XXI, 2004).
4) National Institute for Sport Research, Department of Biochemistry, PI III, PhD, 41A Basarabia
Ciobanu, stefan (1992), Cultura romaneasca in Basarabia
sub stapanirea rusa, Chisinau: Editura enciclopedica "Gh.
The monument represented Romania as a feminine personage surrounded by all her children: the other territories lost and now reunited with the mother country, including Basarabia
(now the Republic of Moldavia) which was entirely occupied by the Soviet Union after the Second World War.
In 1918, Transylvania, Bucovina, and Basarabia
had been unified with the pre-war Romanian kingdom, fulfilling the dream of nineteenth-century nationalists.
Another expression of selective Holocaust denial is the acknowledgement of only the tragedy of the Jews from Basarabia
44) See, for example, Marius Mircu, Pogromurile din Bukovina si din Dorohoi (1945) and Pogromurile din Basarabia
si din Transnistria (1947), repr.
Boulevard comprises 850 studio flats and one and twobedroom apartments, all built to a high specification.
6) La revolucion de 1848 invadio todo el espacio rumano, estallando revoluciones en todas las provincias rumanas excepto Dobrogea y Basarabia
, que se encontraban bajo la dura dominacion otomana y zarista.
He was very close to get executed in Moscow, condemned by a military court, because the Russian authorities found a manuscript Bejan had written on birch bark, in which he stated that Basarabia
and Bucovina were Romanian territories (Marinescu, 1996: 281).