Romania and World War II / România și del de-al doilea război mondial



Romania and World War II is a collection of studies, in English and Romanian, by distinguished American, European, and Romanian historians on the situation of Romania during World War II presented at the First International Conference of the Center for Romanian Studies held in Iași on 25-26 May 1995, commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe. This book reveals the results of research by leading specialists from around the world addressing many important aspects of Romania’s involvement in World War II.

The papers published in this volume include Charles King, The Moldovan ASSR on the Eve of the War: Cultural Policy in 1930s Transnistria; Kurt W. Treptow, Alegerile din decembrie 1937 şi instaurarea dictaturii regale; Nicholas M. Nagy-Talavera, Reminiscences of Iorga’s Murderer: Traian Boeru; Florin Constantiniu, Un episod puțin cunoscut al relațiilor româno-sovietice (1941); Larry L. Watts, Incompatible Alliances: Small States of Central Europe during World War II; Mihai Retegan, The End of the War in Europe: Consequences for the States of Central and Eastern Europe, A Comparative Study; Valeriu Florin Dobrinescu, Unele considerații privind intrarea României în războiul națiunilor unite (1944-1945); Gheorghe Onişoru, Uniunea Sovietică şi România: de la 1944 la 1947; Paul E. Michelson, Recent Historiography on Romania and the Second World War; and many others.

Edited by Kurt W. Treptow, Romania and World War II will be of interest to students and scholars of twentieth century Romanian history, as well as World War II.

Imprint: Center for Romanian Studies
308 pp., 6 x 9 in. (229 x 152 mm)
Languages: English and Romanian
Date of Publication: 1996
ISBN 978-973-577-030-3
US$49.99; UK£44.99

Date of Publication: 1996
ISBN 978-973-98392-7-3
US$29.99; UK£24.99

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