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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Dematteo RP, Ballman KV, Antonescu CR, Maki RG, Pisters PW, Demetri GD, et al.
Antonescu CR, Zhang L, Nielsen GP, Rosenberg AE, Dal Cin P, Fletcher CD.
Antonescu argues that European countries would significantly benefit from collaborating on a collective effort to help meteorologists collect data on European tornadoes: For a country with a small area, the tornado impact is perceived as low, especially when compared with their impact in the US,' he explains Maintaining a database for such a country would not be justified' Instead he believes citizen science projects--such as the ESWD--as well as collaborations between different European meteorological services, are the best ways to develop a better understanding of tornadoes in Europe.
The Press and Propaganda office was represented by Pascal Teodorescu Valahu, journalist who later, was employed at the Associated Press in the USA, Vladimir Ionescu, ex press consultant under Ion Antonescu regime and Teodor Solacolu, ex in charge with the affairs ad interim at the Vatican.
Against the background of the communist tabula rasa of the Holocaust, why should Iron Guard leader Corneliu Zelea Codreanu and Marshal Ion Antonescu, Admiral Miklos Horthy and Arrow Cross leader Ferenc Szalasi, President Jozef Tiso, Croat Ustasa leader Ante Pavelic or (though the historical context is somewhat different) the Slovene Domobranci not reemerge as "model figures" of national heroes, whose only fault rests in their having (nilly rather than willy) supported or allied themselves with those who were fighting communism and/or the traditional enemy of their nation?
Another relevant contribution to the analysis of disparities in regional development was brought by Zaman, Georgescu, Goschin, Antonescu & Popa (2015) (7) who highlight the crucial importance of financing of the companies by credit institutions: "After 2008-2009 there was a phenomenon of deleveraging; evolution of lending structure counties has revealed major differences between Bucharest (including Ilfov county) that concentrates approximately 30% of all loans in lei and which saw an increase of 6% of their balance at the end of 2013, compared to end of 2008".
We need to build mutual trust and establish dialogue among negotiators, but most importantly we have to win the hearts and minds of citizens, without whom we cannot do this," Antonescu said.
In 1944, Romanian prime minister Ion Antonescu was dismissed by King Michael, paving the way for Romania to abandon the Axis in favor of the Allies.
Antonescu promptly forced Carol's abdication on September 6, with exile following soon thereafter.
His main challenger, Mircea Geoana, was nominated by the Social Democratic Party (PSD) and Crin Antonescu was running on behalf of the National Liberal Party (PNL).
Therefore we affirm that Ion Antonescu fell/Getting himself up.