Antonescu


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Antonescu

Ion. 1882--1946, Romanian general and statesman; appointed prime minister (1940) by King Carol II. He was executed for war crimes
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In January 1941, they attempted a coup and organized a pogrom against the Jews in Bucharest, but Antonescu's forces suppressed it forcing many of the Guard's leaders to take refuge in Germany.
Espat NJ, Lewis JJ, Leung D, Woodruff JM, Antonescu CR, Shia J, et al.
These instructions--together with an increase in the number of tornado reports during the nineteenth century (from 403 reports between 1800 and 1849 to 900 reports between 1850 and 1899; Antonescu et al.
Por lo cual se toma como modelo metodologico el estudio realizado por Andrea Antonescu y Mathis Stock (2014) Reconstructing the globalisation of tourism: A geohistorical perspective, que desde un enfoque geohistorico nos presentan un panorama expansivo de la esfera turistica en el marco internacional, tomando como sustentos los siguientes cuestionamientos: ?Cual es el momento de la aparicion del turismo?, ?Como cambia con el tiempo el turismo en lugares turisticos?
In August 1936, Nicolae Titulescu was reshuffled, King Carol preferring Victor Antonescu for the Ministry of the External Affairs.
The crime drama returns, with Barnaby and Winter joined on the year's first case by a new pathologist, Petra Antonescu (Anamaria Marinca).
On August 5, during a meeting between Hitler and Romanian Field Marshal Ion Antonescu, Antonescu asked Hitler two key questions regarding the military situation in Romania dating back to April 1944.
Antonescu et al., "Pathologic and molecular features correlate with long-term outcome after adjuvant therapy of resected primary GI stromal tumor: the ACOSOG Z9001 trial," Journal of Clinical Oncology, vol.
Antonescu, "Consistent MYC and FLT4 gene amplification in radiation-induced angiosarcoma but not in other radiation-associated atypical vascular lesions," Genes, Chromosomes and Cancer, vol.
Antonescu et al., "NCCN task force report: update on the management of patients with gastrointestinal stromal tumors," Journal of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network, vol.
The king, while only in his early 20s, played a major part in switching Romania away from a wartime alliance with the Nazis, participating in a 1944 coup that overthrew the fascist leader Marshal Ion Antonescu. Romania then broke with Nazi Germany and switched to the Allied side.