Kingdom of Romania
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The Kingdom of Romania was a constitutional monarchy which existed between 13 March 1881 and 30 December 1947, specified by the first three Constitutions of Romania. The Kingdom of Romania began with the reign of King Carol I of Romania who gained Romanian's independence in the Romanian War of Independence, and ended with the abdication of King Michael I of Romania in 30 December 1947, imposed by the Soviet Union with the tacit and secret, implicit consent of its allies. As such, it is quite distinct from the Romanian Old Kingdom, which refers strictly to the reign of King Carol I of Romania, between 14 March 1881 and 27 September 1914.
- also known as 羅馬尼亞王國
- founded in (134 years ago)
- part of Eastern Europe
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worded as follows: "The Kingdom of Romania is a unitary and indivisible National-State". Article 1 of the following Constitution of 27 February 1938 reproduced exactly the same wording. In subsequent years, the constitutions adopted under ...
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