in Romanian history
Revolutions of 1848
Unification and independence, the revolution of 1848
broke the wind and also the Romanian principalities. They have brought in the
middle of the political scene a number of prominent intellectuals such as Ion
Eliade Radulescu, Nicolae Balcescu, Mihail Cogalniceanu, Simon Barnutiu,
Avram Iancu and others.
new Constitution, inspired by the Belgian (since 1831), which was promulgated
in 1866 and was in use until 1923, proclaimed Romania a constitutional
monarchy. Over the next 10 years, Romanians struggle to achieve full state
independence was part of the movements that took place, together with other
peoples of Southeast Europe - Serbs, Hungarians, Montenegrins, Bulgarians,
Albanians - and had the aim to cut their ties with the Ottoman past
Great Union of 1918.
of December 1, 1918 marks the Australians struggle to balance the entire state,
comes to crown the previous actions of the brothers of Bessarabia (March 27,
1918) and Bucovina ( November 28, 1918). The Romanian
people used the international situation created after World War I and was able
to assert itself in the context of peoples' liberation movement and the victory
of the principle of Nationalities in Europe.