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"Antonescu" is a book by Iosif Constantin Drăgan.
- also known as "Antonescu: marshal and ruler of Romania, 1940-1944"
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Encyclopedia of World War II (2007)
by Alan Axelrod, Jack A. Kingston
General Ion Antonescu was named prime minister. A German military mission was sent to Romania beginning on October 12, charged with the task of building up the Romanian army. Simultaneously, a German economic mission began work ...
by Andrei Brezianu, Vlad Spânu
ANTONESCU, ION ' 39 Ukraine's own separation from Russia, Sfatul Tarii proclaimed the Moldavian Democratic Republic and broke all ties with Russia, which was increasingly plunging into revolutionary anarchy. Soon afterward, amid ...
by Nicholas Atkin, Michael Biddiss, Frank Tallett
ANTONESCU, ION nonetheless embraces, for example, the Arab peoples too) was well entrenched in European society long before the modern era. Antisemitism so defined was originally stimulated by belief that the descendants of Jews who ...
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