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Nicolae . 1918--89, Romanian statesman; chairman of the state council (1967--89) and president of Romania (1974--89): deposed and executed
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To mention Trump in the same breath as Hitler and Ceausescu is perhaps unfair.
The same survey mentioned that 49 per cent of the respondents considered Ceausescu to be a good leader as opposed to 15 per cent who mentioned that he was a bad leader and 30 per cent who had mixed opinions about him.
nicolae ceausescu Romania's Communist leader on a four-day trip to the UK in 1978
10 in which he compared President Erdoy-an to dictator Ceausescu, who ruled Romania for 25 years with an iron fist before being ousted and executed during the 1989 anti-communist revolt in which more than 1,000 people were killed.
Ceausescu was an absolute dictator in his country and absolutely envious of both India and China.
Engaging, evocative, intensely sensual, and sharply perceptive, conveying both the horrors of the Ceausescu regime and the ironies of Mona's experiences in America (Jay Strafford).
It happened, however, that the replacement of Dej, Ceausescu, continued, in this regard, the policy of his predecessor (in 1968, under street pressure, he publicly condemned the invasion troops of the Warsaw Pact countries, except Romania, in Czechoslovakia, and managed to get support and encouragement from the Western Democracies).
When Sadat visited Romania shortly after Begin, Ceausescu said to him: "Begin wants a solution.
Our family was in Lisbon in late 1989 when word of our assignment to Bucharest came through, just in time for us to watch on Portuguese television as Romania exploded in revolution and the country's longtime dictator, Nicolai Ceausescu, and his wife Elena were executed--on Christmas Day.
The site where former Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceausescu and his wife Elena were executed after the Berlin Wall fell has been converted to a museum.