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  1. Elena Stavila | DISSENT!

    Dec 01, 2008 · In the first picture (02.02.1937), before going to war. In the second picture, on the frontline in the (actual) Republic of Moldavia (or Transnistria, if you like) He married my grandmother (Elena Stavila) and they had a boy (my uncle, Vasile) and a daughter (my mother, Hristina).

  2. War, Diplomacy, and "Family Affairs" in Seventeenth-Century Eastern Europe: Moldavia in the Danubian Policy of Bohdan Khmelnytsky (1648-1653)* "Moldavia and Wallachia had long been a classic tangle of political intrigue, often difficult to comprehend." Mykhailo Hrushevsky Abstract: Marital diplomacy and marriages have been known in history as ...

  3. Soviet deportations from Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina ...

    1940–1941. In 1940, after the Romanian government, as a result of the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact, was forced to accept the Soviet ultimatum and withdrew from Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina, these regions were incorporated into the Soviet Union, most of the former being organized as the Moldavian SSR, while the other areas were attributed to the Ukrainian SSR.

  4. List of rulers of Moldavia - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia

    Dec 28, 2019 · List of rulers of Moldavia Last updated December 28, 2019. This is a List of rulers of Moldavia, from the first mention of the medieval polity east of the Carpathians and until its disestablishment in 1862, when it united with Wallachia, the other Danubian Principality, to form the modern-day state of Romania.

  5. More on this Day - July, 2 | Britannica

    Stephen, voivod (prince) of Moldavia (1457–1504), who won renown in Europe for his long resistance to the Ottoman Turks. With the help of the Walachian prince Vlad III the Impaler, Stephen secured the...

  6. 1504: Ivan Volk Kuritsyn, Ivan Maksimov and Dmitry Konoplev ...

    Dec 27, 2013 · Moscow fought a war against Lithuania in 1492-94, seized lands as a result, and negotiated an “eternal peace” that lasted all of six years … when Moscow went back to war and gobbled up more Lithuanian land. Lithuania had a predominantly Orthodox population living under a Catholic monarchy, and it was under the banner of defending the faithful that Ivan’s armies advanced.

  7. History of Romania - Lonely Planet Travel Information

    In 1775 part of Moldavia’s northern territory ... After the Russo-Turkish War of 1828-9, ... Elena, were arrested in Târgovişte, taken to a military base and, on ...

  8. BBC News - Timeline: Romania

    Apr 30, 2012 · 1947 - Romania regains Transylvania under peace treaty but loses part of Moldavia to the Soviet Union. King Michael abdicates. Romanian People's Republic proclaimed. 1948-49 - Soviet-style constitution, purges of dissidents in the Communist Party. 1952 - Party leader Gheorghe Gheorghiu-Dej becomes prime minister. 1955 - Romania joins Warsaw Pact.

  9. Romania - National communism | Britannica

    Romania - Romania - National communism: The decade of the 1960s brought a period of relaxation at home and defiance of the Soviet Union in international relations. Although no genuine political liberalization took place and there was no retreat from the fundamentals of the Stalinist economic model, the intrusiveness of the regime in individual lives was curtailed. The availability of consumer ...

  10. Zoe Palaiologina (c1448-1503) | Familypedia | Fandom

    As for the fate of the losers themselves dynastic struggle, it was sad: 18 January 1505 died in captivity Elena of Moldavia, and in 1509 "in Nouzha in tyurme" died and Dmitry himself. "Some believe that he died from cold and hunger, others - that he had suffocated from the smoke" - reported Herberstein about his death.