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  1. Vlad II (Romanian: Vlad al II-lea), also known as Vlad Dracul (Vlad al II-lea Dracul) or Vlad the Dragon (before 1395 – November 1447), was Voivode of Wallachia from 1436 to 1442, and again from 1443 to 1447. He is internationally known as the father of Vlad the Impaler, or Dracula.

  2. En 1447, le père de Vlad, Vlad II Dracul (« le Dragon », surnom dû au fait qu'il était membre de l'Ordre du Dragon), conclut une paix avec les Ottomans. Étant en guerre contre les Turcs, Jean Hunyadi, voïvode de Transylvanie et gouverneur de Hongrie depuis 1446, entreprend en novembre de la même année, en partant de Brașov, une ...

  3. Etymology. The line of the Drăculești began with Vlad II, the Dragon, son of one of the most important rulers of the Basarab dynasty, Mircea the Elder.According to some historians, the name Drăculești is derived from the membership of Vlad II, Dracul (in Old Romanian and related languages, drac meant "dragon") in the Order of the Dragon (founded in 1408 A.D.).

  4. Count Dracula is a centuries-old vampire, sorcerer and Transylvanian nobleman who rules from his namesake fortress known as Castle Dracula. He is the supreme ruler and the world's most powerful vampire. Originally the Wallachian ruler Vlad the Impaler, he turned himself into a vampire following a battle with the invading Ottoman Empire, seeking revenge to destroy his enemies. Driven by lust ...

  5. Malheur à nous et a nos descendants ! Je pense que les frères de la GRANDE LOGE NATIONALE DE ROUMANIE- Loge de Ritualistique. 30 Magazine édité par le LE CENTRE REGIONAL D’ETUDE FRANC - MAÇONNIQUE PARIS - BUCAREST Année XII-N.1 / 2017. Nicolae Balcescu et sa influence dans la lutte pour l’indépendance de la Roumanie Fr:.

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