Danubian Principalities

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Danubian Principalities

 

the common name for the principalities of Moldavia and Wallachia. It originated in the 14th century. In 1859 the Danube principalities were united, and in 1861 the new state was named Rumania.

REFERENCE

Grosul, V. Ia. Reformy v Dunaiskikh kniazhestvakh i Rossiia (20-30. gody XIX v.). Moscow, 1966.
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Yes," he went on, "I promised and would have given the Emperor Alexander Moldavia and Wallachia, and now he won't have those splendid provinces.
When the demand was rejected, Russian troops occupied Ottoman-controlled Moldavia and Wallachia - a move that eventually led to the Crimean War, which Russia lost spectacularly in 1856.
When the demand was rejected, Russian troops occupied Ottoman-controlled Moldavia and Wallachia -- a move that eventually led to the Crimean War, which Russia lost spectacularly in 1856.
In Turkey, the title held by middle-ranking civil and military officials, as well as some socio-professional leaders in the Empire); amanet/'pawn' (valuable thing given to someone as a pledge for the repayment of a debt); avaet (feudal tax paid by the person receiving a benefit or office); bacsis/'tip' (money given to a person over the payment due for a service rendered); berat (office investiture diploma); cadiu (Muslim judge, sometimes with responsibilities within the jurisdiction of the church); caimacam (deputy ruler of Moldavia and Wallachia.
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Moldavia and Wallachia development has enabled the development of trade and better tax collection of the money.
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