Ioannes Antonescu

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Nativitas: 15 Iunii 1882, 14 Iunii 1882; Piteşti
Obitus: 1 Iunii 1946; Jilava
Patria: Romania


Ioannes (Dacoromanice Ion) Antonescu (natus die 15 Iunii 1882 in Piteşti, mortuus die 1 Iunii 1946 in Jilava) fuit primus minister et dictator (conducător 'dux') Romaniae secundo bello mundano a die 4 Septembris 1940 usque ad diem 23 Augusti 1944, cum Romania foederata cum Germania Adolphi Hitler et Italia Beniti Mussolini erat. Postea ad mortem damnatus et in carcere Jilava supplicio affectus est.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Jean Ancel, Transnistria, 1941-1942, The Romanian Mass Murder Campaigns, anno 2003, Tel Aviv. Vol. I, (Anglice) pp. 860; Vol. II, (Dacoromanice) p. 1044; Vol. III, (Dacoromanice) p. 1048
  • Radu Ioanid, The Holocaust in Romania: The Destruction of Jews and Gypsies Under the Antonescu Regime, 1940-1944, Ivan R. Dee Publisher, anno 1999


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