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The Romanian political elite and the Royal Family in 24st January 1934

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Find out who are some of these historical figures: Click here and many thanks for the original picture goes to Vitalie Ciugureanu

1-Dumitru Manu, Victor Deleu, Petru Cazacu, Emil Hatieganu, Voicu Nitescu, Aurel Vlad, 1918, Iuliu Hossu, Vasile Suciu, Victor Antonescu, Daniel Ciugureanu, Nicolae Macici, 960x695 More details: 2048×1484 – Even more details: 3089×2239

2-Constantin Angelescu, Gheorghe Mardarescu, Henri Cihoski, Ion Nistor, Alexandru Lapedatu, Ion Inculet, Mircea Cancicov, Constantin Meissner- 960x720 More details: 4000×3000

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“Fate of Adam Sezonv in Brăila” (Victoria Sezonov-Zielinski)

The Chronicle of the Sezonov family

“Yearbook of Dobrujan Germans” (“Jahrbuch Dobrudscha-Deutschen“, editor: Otto Klett) – chapter “Fate of Adam Sezonv in Brăila” (Vom Schicksal der Familie Adam Sezonov an Brăila”), by Victoria Sezonov-Zielinski (pages 138-147):

“About the Fate of the Adam Sezonov Family from Braila

by Victoria ZIELINSKI, born Sezonov, Braila

My first recollection of my parents? I have no first recollection, as my parents were there always there for us children. No beginning and also no end. The latter I maintain firmly. Their intercessions still  have validity, long after they left. Prayers do not set, they do not go out, they have strength and remain vividly before God’s throne, even if the mouth is silent which pronounced them.

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Photographies with Sezonovs in the “Dobrujan Germans Yearbook”

The Chronicle of the Sezonov family

“Yearbook of Dobrujan Germans” (“Jahrbuch Dobrudscha-Deutschen“, editor: Otto Klett) – chapter “Fate of Adam Sezonv in Brăila” (Vom Schicksal der Familie Adam Sezonov an Brăila”), by Victoria Sezonov-Zielinski (pages 138-147):

Fabrica Braila 1935 (Page 142): Adam Sezonov’s Oil fabric in Brăila (1923).

Sezonovi (Page 143): In the middle, Lydia Sezonov, with children and guests, in Brăila (1935)

Adam şi Lidia Sezonov (Page 146): Lydia and Adam Sezonov in Brăila (1945).

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“Babushka”

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Babushka. Life story of Maria Mitroi, née Covaliov – PDF. format

ICover Maria Mitroi think that the memoirs of my grandmother, Maria Mitroi, are interesting in a way that would span outside the coutry for at least four reasons:

–    it tells the story of two Russian families (Pavlov and Covaliov) whose destines were united at Tulcea;

–    it tells the story of a girl born of Russian blood, but Romanian by everything else, who became fatherless in 1942 during World War II;

–    it tells the story of a wife whose husband was imprisonied by the totalitarian Communist regime, with all their properties taken and no money left to take care of her children and mother;

–    finally, it tells the story of a lovely grandmother who is aged today 82;

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“Life Story of Radion Chiaburu”

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Life Story of Radion Chiaburu – PDF. format

Cover ChiaburuThis book contains the memories of Radion Chiaburu (b. 10 April 1920), from his childhood in Bessarabia to the royal school in the class of Prince Mihai to World War II and the communist period to his old age.

“I think that the memoirs of Mr. Radion Chiaburu are interesting in a way that would span outside the coutry because it shows an amazing destiny, telling the story of a Romanian peasant from Bessarabia who, for his qualities (intelligence and virtue), was selected in the royal class of Prince Heir Mihai of Romania at Bucharest. This moment of his biography strongly affected his ulterior life.

By translating this book we also tried to put Monarchy in a different light for those not having the tradition of Royality*, showing one of its advantages: that the future King is grown and educated to be…

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“Life Story of Mircea Mitroi”

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“Life_Story_of_Mircea_Mitroi” in PDF format

“I think that the memoirs of my grandfather, Mircea Mitroi (b. 29 December 1916 – d. 3 January 2012), are interesting in a way that would span outside the coutry for at least four reasons:

  • Cover Mircea Mitroiit tells the story of a Romanian peasant who got, through education, from the village to the city, becoming an accountant;

  • if tells the story of a War veteran who fough againt Nazi Germany (1944-45) in the Tatra mountains and saved a shoe factory from being ransacked by his own battalion;

  • if tells the story of a husband and father imprisoned by the totalitarian Communist regime for no other reason than being against the soviet dictatorship;

  • finally, it tells the story of a lovely grandfather who lived his life if a very balanced way, living 95 years;”

(the Author)

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Greenpeace co-founder Patrick Moore testifies to Congress about global warming

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Investors Business Daily has a story to go with the 5-minute testimony.

Excerpt:

A Greenpeace co-founder testified in Congress on Tuesday about global warming. What he said is hardly what anyone would expect.

Patrick Moore came off as a raving denier.

“There is no scientific proof that human emissions of carbon dioxide are the dominant cause of the minor warming of the Earth’s atmosphere over the past 100 years,” said Moore, who was testifying before the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee’s Subcommittee on Oversight.

“If there were such a proof, it would be written down for all to see. No actual proof, as it is understood in science, exists.”

Moore is somewhat famous for leaving Greenpeace, a large environmentalist organization that grew from a small activist group he belonged to in 1971 while earning his doctorate in ecology. He quit in 1986 because it had become too political and…

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