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Magdalena Ionescu, Author at Valahian Journal of Historical Studies
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Magdalena Ionescu

Liviu Rotman, Evreii din România în perioada comunistă 1944-1964


Language: French
Subject(s): Jewish studies
Page Range: 117-118
No. of Pages: 2
Keywords: , ,
Summary/Abstract: The problem of minorities in Romania during the installation of the communist regime has preoccupied many historians. Liviu Rotman is one of the most experienced specialists in the field of the history of Jews in Romania, he was especially concerned about the socio-professional and educational this minority. The volume The Jews of Romania during the Communist period 1944-1965 is well constructed, dense data and facts from that era.
Open access on CEEOL: YES



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The Jewish emigration from Romania in the context of Israel’s creation


Language: English
Subject(s): History
Page Range: 119-136
No. of Pages: 18
Keywords: , , , , ,
Summary/Abstract: The topic of Jewish emigration from Romania is intensely debated among historians. The way the Romanian communist leaders have understood and responded to the requests of facilitating the emigrations made by Israel, the reasons for which the Zionists were able to act despite the measures taken by the Romanian Communist (Workers) Party and the issue of Romanian Jews „repatriated from Israel ” are topics which will be examined in this study. The paper presents the activity of the Zionist movement from Romania, the policy of the Romanian Workers (Communist) Party and of the Hebrew Democratic Committee towards the Zionist movement and the emigration of the Jews until 1948 and after the proclamation of the state of Israel.
Open access on CEEOL: NO



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Protection of national minorities rights at the beginning of the communist regime (1945-1948). The Romanian case


Language: English
Subject(s): History
Page Range: 43-52
No. of Pages: 10
Keywords: , , , ,
Summary/Abstract: The legislation that came into force after 1945 has been approached by many researchers, who analyzed the various reforms of the communist regime (the educational, the agrarian or the economical reforms enjoyed the attention of many researchers). Laws concerning nationalities were also not omitted by historians. Nevertheless, researchers who approach the Nationalities Statute, for example, do nothing but to present its provisions without showing what was the position of the communist leaders several years after promulgation. Therefore, this has become one of the goals of this paper. The article is also intended to show and analyze the citizenship regulatory laws and the 1948 Constitution from the point of view of „cohabiting nationalities”. It is attempting to show why Romanian Communists made some concessions to minorities and how these laws were seen by the leading communist.
Open access on CEEOL: NO



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Romanian foreign policy discourse on human rights and national minorities in the relations between the Socialist Republic of Romania and the United Nations


Language: English
Subject(s): History
Page Range: 71-76
No. of Pages: 5
Keywords:
Summary/Abstract:
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Johan Strang, editor, Nordic Cooperation: A European Region in Transition, Routledge, London, 2015, 210 pp.


Language: English
Subject(s): Review
Page Range: 124-125
No. of Pages: 2
Keywords:
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