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La participazione della Transilvania alla Guerra trentennale rappresenta un period di azione e manovre politiche del principato. At the beginning there is a presentation of the genesis of the armed forces of the SS composed of West-European volunteers Danes, Norwegians, Swedes, Finns, Frenchmen, Belgian Walloons and Flemings , the profiles of some of their leaders, the structure of the forces and the sites of some earlier battles especially during the period of — against a wider background of the Pomeranian operations of the Red Army and the units of the 1st Polish Army.

Later there is a presentation of the military situation at the end of and the beginning of and the effects of the January offensive of the Red Army, as well as the circumstances of how the foreign units of the Waffen-SS reached Western Pomerania and how they were reconstructed the 15th SS Division Lettland and their initial battle operations.

One of the episodes described in detail is the war crimes against the Polish soldiers who had been taken captive at the beginning of February in the village of Podgaje German: Flederborn committed by either Latvian SS-men or the Dutch ones from the Division Nederland. These descriptions have been supplemented with the presentation of the battles fought by the units of the 1st Division of the ROA S.

This paper examines the participatory trend in cultural memory practices, focusing on the participatory artistic memory of communism in Romania and Bulgaria from a comparative perspective. On the other hand, a participatory memory culture does not always necessarily reflect the unequal cultural capital of the participating social actors and the dissimilar political commitments. This mnemonic practice ought not to be exclusively associated with the struggle between the narratives of the elites and the cultural expressions of those marginalized.

Participatory memory practices might also facilitate cordial encounters among persons with dissimilar political commitments and unequal cultural capital.

The current research focuses on a very specific class of funerary monuments from province Dacia: those in which absolutely no professional, social or status mentioning existed for neither deceased nor commemorator.

The characters thus registered mainly represent part of what we would define as the economical and social middle class of the provincial society. Without being totally out of borders, their epigraphic behaviour is slightly different from that of other groups, classes or categories registered so far, underlining once again the necessity of a flexible and manifold approach when studying the layers of Roman society. The publication of several graphical details of the copy was considered necessary, in order to facilitate subsequent differentiation between the and editions.

Also, the edition was compared to the one from and also to the edition, with references to the involved printers, Ioan, Iordache and Ghinea Stoicovici, thus revealing their distinct rarity which makes them pieces of exquisite bibliophile value. This would contribute to a reevaluation of the European cultural and political-identitarian thinking similarities and differences. Being situated at the croasroads of many cultures, the Romanians and Hungarians have built ideologies with ambivalent senses: on the one hand, they were inspired by the ideas of the French revolution and the Romanticist German literature and, on the other, by the Oriental-Turkish one.

With such a background, the identitarian policies of the 19th century generated a few peculiarities. This article is dealing with the controversial issue of the concepts that define two of the East-Central European identities, namely the Romanian and the Hungarian ones. It grants a particular attention to the translation and adaptation of the German concept of nation, insisting on either its inclusive or on its exclusive senses gained within the two political languages and cultures during the first half of the 19th century.

Specialists have to admit now that medieval Romanian towns could not have and did not need homogeneous systems of defences consisting of surrounding walls. That does not mean they were not towns. As it results from descriptions in documents, as well as from inscriptions, these constructions served their pourpose successfully till the 19th century when, due to new circumstances, they where gradually abandoned, the spare land around the fortifications being immediately divided into lots.

New buildings, most of them meant for commercial activities, and being in contact with the traditional commercial centres in the surroundings, sometimes have been constructed. The above mentioned constructions disappeared in most of these cities because of recent projects of urban development, which were a result of totalitarian politics, and showed complete disrespect for property and traditional typology. In most cases the urban structure was completely destroyed.

That is why in restoring these historical centres after such drastic interventions, one should first of all consider the historical development of the urban structures. In this study, the author is to rehabihtate historical morphologies. The period between the last elections for the Imperial Parliament and for the local Diet, namely from the spring of until the outbreak of the First World War in the summer of , was one of the most troubled in the political life of the Romanians from Bukovina.

During this interval the Romanians were represented by three political groups: the conservatives, the nationalists and the democrats. In the eyes of its contemporaries this party was a sign of both modernization and disaster.

The supporters of this party explained its existence as the synchronization with the spirit of those times. The article makes a sad comment on Madeleine Albright's words at the NATO summit in Madrid when the Czech repoblic, Poland and Hungary were adimted in the Alliance: "From now on, nobody will play your destiny at a poker game". By analyzing the manner in which the National Party was formed and taking into consideration the main factors of cohesion that created political solidarities around a small group of men from the Assembly, we can form a more complex image of this political group.

Also, a thorough analysis of the way in which it built its legitimacy, by publically confronting and exposing the weaknesses and the abuses of the administration of the Prince Alexandru Ghica and by trying to offer an alternative through its own political program, shows a group of opposition whose actions — in a public space that was still undeveloped — included both traditional and modern features.

This article focuses on two major aspects. Placed in a new light by the information obtained from unpublished sources, the policy of Great Britain seems to coincide more with the plans of the national party to remove the Russian protectorate, than the policy of France.

Unlike his French counterpart, the British general consul was actively involved and tried to help the national party by putting its members in touch with his superiors. After WW I, Romanian diplomacy attempted to resume diplomatic relationships with Soviet Russia, but Moscow was not only the capital of USSR but also the city of the third International — an organization which wanted the communization of Europe and of the whole world.

Under the circumstances, each gesture made by Russia was analyzed most carefully by the Romanian MPs. Romanian MPs took different attitudes towards Soviet Russia according to circumstantial political interests or to their particular political allegiances. Although all Romanian Socialists were in favour of a future Socialist Republic of Romania, only the supporters of the extreme.

The Social-Democrats, on the contrary, believed that only true reforms and political emancipation could bring about the desired political changes. However, the apparent appreciation of Soviet Russia was mainly an aspect of domestic political strategies. The right-wing parties were hostile towards the Communist ideology and their members witnessed with satisfaction each crisis in Soviet Russia. MPs from the Liberal Party which governed Romania during most of the period covered by the present article were eager to point out that Romania had no aggressive intentions against Soviet Russia but would, however, respond firmly against any act of aggression initiated by USSR itself.

All this because it was felt that the third International had expansionist ambitions as well as territorial claims in particular, the territories which had belonged to Romania after From this point of view, Communism and Russia were seen as one and the same force. The Communist movement in Romania was not strong enough to gain power either by force or by parliamentary elections. Besides, all parliamentary parties were aware that the Romanians were hostile, or at least indifferent, to Marxist ideology.

Under the circumstances, the large majority of the politicians believed that a threat could only come from outside the country, in particular from Soviet Russia. As a result, hot parliamentary debates took place about the best measures that could be taken against Communist propaganda. The first government of unified Romania was accused by right-wing politicians of too much tolerance towards the Communists.

The material exposes, in its beginning part, the main events which happened before Romania joined the other countries in the Second World War, and continuing it by presenting and analyzing the position of the political parties in Romania referring to the entire political, social, economic and military life, in the period when the Romanian army fought on the Eastern Front.

To support the approach mentioned by the title of this study are highlightedboth formal and informal discussions, letters, opinions, statements, and boycott actions taken by the members of the National Liberal Party, the National Peasant Party and the Romanian Communist Party having as a main purpose the leadership of the Romanian state and especially, General Ion Antonescu, who had full powers to lead the state.

The landscape of those moments is also completed by the information ofthe Secret Intelligence Service dealing with the political life of those times. This paper deals with the problem of Communist Party structures in the county of Cluj in the year of , its evolution, structural dynamics and inquires of its members.

The Carlist Restoration is a political turning point of the interwar period. In June , the Romanian political system and adjacent practices that tended to settle into a pattern of relative democracy were radically changed by imposing new actor. All political competitors were aware that the King was to become major power factor and the majority of politicians concern was related to adaptation to the new reality of public architecture. First, it is a time of reorganization of the political scene, with repercussions on how public actors perceive the visible manifestation.

Also Restoration act transformed the debate within the parties themselves. Historiography, political evolution of these institutions in relation Restoration and especially postrestauration is less professionally aproached. Act of June is built to strict evolving monarchy and has no place in the history of parties, although these mutations were important and that marked the decade that followed the Carlist Restoration. I approach at narrowing the National Liberal Party propose in this paper an analysis of the political attitude of "survival" that liberals have articulated it in the second half of in response to a major existential challenge, perhaps the most important in their history until the imposition of communism.

Restoration called into question their existence as a political party. Is a dynamic of exclusion, which highlights the political culture of Romanian liberals, and the other competitors, how each policy thinking, civic action and the role of ethical values in society.

It is also a moment of truth for liberal organization itself, the loyalty of members was hardly tested by removing the possibility of returning to power and its advantages, but also seductive imposition of the party led by George Bratianu in the Romanian liberalism space.

A special place in the economic concerns of the National Peasants governments during the great economic recession was the issue of the Romanians in the Apuseni Mountains, whose social-economical, sanitary and cultural status reached an inconceivable level.

Perhaps they were the most affected by the global economic recession, which added to the nature challenges, taking into account the rough climatic conditions that they lived in. From this perspective, the economic actions taken mainly by the Vaida Government in the Land of Romanians from Apuseni Mountains are praiseworthy.

Besides the economic side, there should be mentioned that Vaida did not forget how he made his way in politics. As we know he was elected for the first time as deputy in the Parliament of Budapest in Ighiu electoral group, therefore in the Land of Romanians from Apuseni Mountains.

We assume that it was a well planned economic project that started from bottom up, from the common people towards the managerial level. The project was really necessary, because it has gotten to starvation or even death instances.

The people from Apuseni Mountains were the most affected by the economic crisis, and this was adding up to the climatic conditions of the area. They were not able to have crops, and the extended winters were fatal in animal rearing.

It should also be taken into consideration the election of Ioan Pop as the head of the Apuseni Mountains Committee, as it was named the Government Agency. He was a good manager, as one could realize in the three events of Alba Iulia, which he set up: 1st of December , 6th May and the Unity Celebration of 20th May The Organizational National Renaissance Front Ministry was created with purpose to control and manage the activity of the unique political organization and to administrate the state.

The rivalry, under the New Regime was translated by the surveillance of the party and its members. All decisions were transmitted to the Ministry by a hierarchical scale, and the memos of the unique party superstructures were transmitted hierarchically. The political police of the unique party was realized through the Service of Information and Statistics. The set-ins in the NRF were approved by the Ministry, and those in leading positions by the political office of the regime, namely The Superior Commission, which was also politically appointed, its members were obliged to have the approval of King Charles the II, who was proclaimed the chief of the state unique political organization.

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