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Roumanians and their lands

Vasile Stoica

Roumanians and their lands

by Vasile Stoica

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Published by Pittsburgh Ptg. Co. in Pittsburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Romania -- History.

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    Statementedited by Vasile Stoica.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18903062M

    I don't want to write a history of Romanian literature here. I don't think I'm qualified and am not a literary critic. So this is a purely subjective choice of the Romanian authors dearest to me that are little known outside Romania. I don't usual. North of the Carpathian Mountains roll the immortal villages of Saxon Land. For many travellers, this area of golden cornfields and fortified churches is the ‘real Transylvania’. Rattling along the dirt roads of a Saxon village, past blue-and-white houses and the odd horse and cart, is a.

    Unfortunately, after the fall of the communist regime, the Saxons chose to leave their lands and head to Germany. Now, only their houses and majestic fortified churches remind about long gone times of thriving and peace. Their legacy remained nevertheless one of the most important tourist attractions that Romania boasts. Holding their lands by military tenure, they are liable to service for life. Furnishing their own equipment and horses—the Cossack is almost invariably a cavalryman—they pass through three periods of four years each, with diminishing duties, until they wind up in the reserve, which is liable to be called into the field in time of war.

    Special Categories: Audio Book, computer-generated Audio Book, human-read Compilations Data Music, recorded Music, Sheet Other recordings Pictures, moving Pictures, still Recent: last 24 hours last 7 days last 30 days Eminescu, Mihai, Poezii (Romanian) (as Author). Vasile Stoica (Romanian pronunciation: [vaˈsile ˈstojka], also known as Basil Stoica; –) was a Romanian political writer, diplomat, and close assistant of European statesmen Tomáš Masaryk and Ion I.C. Brătianu. Stoica was born in a family that originated from Transylvania (then in the Hungarian half of Austria-Hungary, but now in Romania); according to his birth certificate.


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The editor, Vasile Stoica (–), was a Romanian writer and. Title: The Roumanian Question: The Roumanians and their Lands THE ROUMANIAN QUESTION 21 While in Transylvania, which is inhabited by Rou- manians, they had only thirty-three per thousand.

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