Ethnic-Hungarian villagers gleefully welcome soldiers of the Royal Hungarian Army as they march into Northern Transylvania, a region home to more than 1 million ethnic-Hungarians and just transferred over into Hungarian jurisdiction by the Romanian government following a diplomatic agreement made during the processions of the Second Vienna Award. September 5th, 1940.

Ethnic-Hungarian villagers gleefully welcome soldiers of the Royal Hungarian Army as they march into Northern Transylvania, a region home to more than 1 million ethnic-Hungarians and just transferred over into Hungarian jurisdiction by the Romanian government following a diplomatic agreement made during the processions of the Second Vienna Award. September 5th, 1940.

A brilliantly colorized photo of Victoriei Square and the Sturdza Palace, located in Bucharest, Romania. 1930. Designed by architect Julius Reinicke, who was commissioned by mid 19th century General & aristocrat Grigore Sturdza, the palace saw its completion in 1901. Sadly, the palace was damaged beyond repair after a serious fire broke out in 1942, then struck by bombs in 1944. It was completely demolished in 1946 & replaced with Victoriei Palace, which currently houses the Romanian…

A brilliantly colorized photo of Victoriei Square and the Sturdza Palace, located in Bucharest, Romania. 1930. Designed by architect Julius Reinicke, who was commissioned by mid 19th century General & aristocrat Grigore Sturdza, the palace saw its completion in 1901. Sadly, the palace was damaged beyond repair after a serious fire broke out in 1942, then struck by bombs in 1944. It was completely demolished in 1946 & replaced with Victoriei Palace, which currently houses the Romanian…

Antonescu YHoria Sima Octubre 1940. This Day in History: Nov 27, 1940: Iron Guard massacres former Romanian government

Antonescu YHoria Sima Octubre This Day in History: Nov Iron Guard massacres former Romanian government

The Romanian government allowed for the return to Romania of Jewish orphans under the age of 12 on 12/11/44.

The Romanian government allowed for the return to Romania of Jewish orphans under the age of 12 on

Sephardic Temple in Bucharest after it was robbed and set on fire in 1941. According to an international commission report released by the Romanian government in 2004, between 280,000 to 380,000 Jews in the territories of Bessarabia, Bukovina and Transnistria were systematically murdered by Antonescu's regime.

Sephardic Temple in Bucharest after it was robbed and set on fire in

The destruction of the Romanian Jews The German Occupation of Europe http://www.HolocaustResearchProject.org

Corneliu Zelea Codreanu, the founder of the Romanian Iron Guard, a fascist paramilitary organization

Guardiadehierro.This Day in History: Nov 27, 1940: Iron Guard massacres former Romanian government

Two months after General Ion Antonescu seized power in Romania and forced King Carol II to abdicate, Antonescu's Iro.

Romanian Government To Abolish Get-Out-Of-Jail-Free Book Law - http://blogs.wsj.com/brussels/2016/02/01/romanian-government-to-abolish-get-out-of-jail-free-book-law/

Romanian Government To Abolish Get-Out-Of-Jail-Free Book Law

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