Nicolaus Rădescu

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Nativitas: 30 Martii 1874; Călimănești
Obitus: 16 Maii 1953; Novum Eboracum
Patria: Romania

Officium

Officium: Prime Minister of Romania, Chief of the Romanian General Staff
Munus: Politicus

Memoria

Sepultura: Bellu cemetery

Nicolaus (Dacoromanice: Nicolae) Rădescu (natus die 30 Martii 1874 in oppido Călimănești, mortuus die 16 Maii 1953 Novi Eboraci) miles et vir publicus Dacoromanicus erat.

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Rădescu post scholam finitam miles factus est et anno 1898 succenturio minor nominatus. Anno 1913 Bello Balcanico Secundo interfuit et annis 1916 - 1918 Bello Orbis Terrarum I. Post bellum finitum inter alia annis 1926 - 1928 legatus militaris Romaniae Londinii fuit. Anno 1930 aetate provectus ex exercitu dimissus est.

Vir publicus[recensere | fontem recensere]

Nunc factioni extremae dextrae favebat, sed anno 1941 contra imperium Germanorum litteras ad legatum Germaniae Manfredum de Killinger dedit. Idcirco a dictatore Ioanni Antonescu socio Germanorum in carcerem missus est. Anno 1944, cum Michael rex Romaniae die 23 Augusti novis rebus studuisset et foedus cum Unione Sovietica peteret, liberatus est. Mense Octobri eiusdem anni dux militum summus et die 6 Decembris 1944 primus minister Romaniae nominatus est. Sed die 1 Martii 1945 rex a Andrea Wyszyński, administro rerum exterarum Unionis Sovieticae, coactus est, ut Rădescu dimitteret. Petrus Groza communista eius successor factus est. Tum Rădescu in domu sua inclusus est. Die 15 Martii 1946 a latronibus communisticis acerrime verberatus est. Itaque mense Iunio eiusdem anni patriam reliquit et primo in Cyprum, deinde in CFA fugit. Ibi 1953 mortuus est. Anno 2000, postquam dictatura communistica finita est, corpus eius, ut in testamento destinaverat, in patriam rediit.

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Primi ministri Romaniae
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Principatus Romaniae
(1861–1881)
Barbu Catargiu · Apostolus Arsache · Nicolaus Crețulescu · Michael Kogălniceanu · Constantinus Bosianu · Nicolaus Crețulescu · Lascăr Catargiu · Princeps Ioannes Ghica · Constantinus A. Crețulescu · Stephanus Golescu · Nicolaus Constantinus Golescu · Ioannes Constantinus Brătianu · Princeps Demetrius Ghica · Alexander G. Golescu · Manuel Constantinus Epureanu · Princeps Ioannes Ghica · Lascăr Catargiu · Ioannes Emmanuel Florescu · Manuel Constantinus Epureanu · Ioannes Constantinus Brătianu
Regnum Romaniae
(1881–1947)
Demetrius C. Brătianu · Ioannes Constantinus Brătianu · Theodorus Rosetti · Lascăr Catargiu · Ioannes Emmanuel Florescu · Lascăr Catargiu · Demetrius Alexander Sturdza · Petrus S. Aurelian · Demetrius Alexander Sturdza · Princeps Georgius Cantacuzino · Petrus P. Carp · Demetrius Alexander Sturdza · Princeps Georgius Cantacuzino · Demetrius Alexander Sturdza · Ioannes Brătianu · Petrus P. Carp · Titus Livius Maiorescu · Ioannes Brătianu · Alexander Averescu · Alexander Marghiloman · Constantinus Coandă · Ioannes Brătianu · Arthurus Văitoianu · Alexander Vaida-Voevod · Alexander Averescu · Tache Ionescu · Ioannes Brătianu · Alexander Averescu · Princeps Barbu Stirbey · Ioannes Brătianu · Vintilă Brătianu · Iulius Maniu · Georgius Mironescu · Iulius Maniu · Georgius Mironescu · Nicolaus Iorga · Alexander Vaida-Voevod · Iulius Maniu · Alexander Vaida-Voevod · Ioannes Duca · Constantinus Angelescu · Georgius Tătărescu · Octavianus Goga · Patriarcha Myron Cristea · Armandus Călinescu · Georgius Argeşanu · Constantinus Argetoianu · Georgius Tătărescu · Ioannes Gigurtu · Ioannes Antonescu · Iulius Maniu · Constantinus Sănătescu · Nicolaus Rădescu · Petrus Groza
Res publica Romana
popularis vel socialistica
(1947–1989)
Petrus Groza · Georgius Gheorghiu-Dej · Chivu Stoica · Ioannes Maurer · Manea Mănescu · Elias Verdeţ · Constantinus Dăscălescu
Res publica Romana
(ab anno 1989)
Petrus Roman · Theodorus Stolojan · Nicolaus Văcăroiu · Victor Ciorbea · Gabriel Dejeu (pro tempore) · Radu Vasile · Alexander Athanasiu (pro tempore) · Mugur Isărescu · Hadrianus Năstase · Eugenius Bejinariu (pro tempore) · Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu · Aemilius Boc · Cătălin Predoiu (pro tempore) · Michael Răzvan Ungureanu · Victor Ponta · Sorin Cîmpeanu (pro tempore) · Dacianus Cioloş · Sorin Grindeanu · Michael Tudose
Ministri rerum internarum Romanici
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Principatus Romaniae (1861 - 1881) Barbu Catargiu (1862) • Apostolus Arsache (1862) • Nicolaus Crețulescu (1962) • Michael Kogălniceanu (1863) • Constantinus Bosianu (1865) • Ioannes Emmanuel Florescu (1865) • Demetrius Ghica (1866) • Lascăr Catargiu (1866) • Ioannes Ghica (1866) • Ioannes Constantinus Brătianu (1867) • Stephanus Golescu (1867) • Ioannes Constantinus Brătianu (1867) • Antonius Arion (1868) • Michael Kogălniceanu (1868) • Demetrius Ghica (1870) • Alexander G. Golescu (1870) • Manuel Constantinus Epureanu (1870) • Ioannes Ghica (1870) • Lascăr Catargiu (1871) • Ioannes Emmanuel Florescu (1876) • Georgius Vernescu (1876) • Ioannes Constantinus Brătianu (1877) • Constantinus Alexander Rosetti (1878) • Michael Kogălniceanu (1878) • Ioannes Constantinus Brătianu (1878) • Michael Kogălniceanu (1879) • Ioannes Constantinus Brătianu (1880) Anastasius Stolojan (1880) • Alexander Teriachiu (1880) • Eugenius Stătescu (1881)
Regnum Romaniae (1881 - 1947) Georgius Chițu (1882) • Ioannes Constantinus Brătianu (1884) • Radu Mihai (1887) • Constantinus Nacu (1887) • Theodorus Rosetti (1888)• Alexander Știrbei (1888) • Lascăr Catargiu (1889) • Georgius Manu (1889) • Lascăr Catargiu (1891) • Nicolaus Fleva (1895) • Demetrius Sturdza (1896) • Anastasius Stolojan (1896) • Basilius Lascăr (1896) • Michaël Pherekyde (1897) • Georgius Gregorius Cantacuzino (1899) • Georgius Manu (1900) • Constantinus Olănescu (1900) • Petrus Aurelian (1901) • Georgius Pallade (1902) • Basilius Lascăr (1902) • Spiru Haret (1904) • Georgius Gregorius Cantacuzino (1904) • Ioannes I. C. Brătianu (1907) • Michaël Pherekyde (1908) • Ioannes I. C. Brătianu (1910) • Alexander Marghiloman (1910) • Constantinus Arion (1912) • Tache Ionescu (1912) • Basilius Morțun (1914) • Alexander Constantinescu (1916) • Constantinus Sărățeanu (1918) • Alexander Marghiloman (1918) • Arthurus Văitoianu (1918) • Georgius Mârzescu (1918) • Arthurus Văitoianu (1919) • Alexander Averescu (1919) • Aurelius Vlad (1919) • Nicolaus Lupu (1919) • Alexander Averescu (1920) • Constantinus Argetoianu (1920) • Ioannes Cămărășescu (1921) • Arthurus Văitoianu (1922) • Ioannes I. C. Brătianu (1923) • Octavianus Goga (1926) • Barbu Știrbey (1927) • Ioannes Duca (1927) • Alexander Vaida-Voevod (1928) • Michaël Popovici (1930) • Alexander Vaida-Voevod (1930) • Ioannes Mihalache (1930) • Nicolaus Iorga (1931) • Constantinus Argetoianu (1931) • Alexander Vaida-Voevod (1932) • Ioannes Mihalache (1932) • Georgius Mironescu (1933) • Ioannes Constantinus Inculeţ (1933) • Demetrius Iuca (1936) • Georgius Tătărescu (1937) • Ricardus Franasovici (1937) • Armandus Călinescu (1937) • Gabriel Marinescu (1939) • Nicolaus Ottescu (1939) • Georgius Tătărescu (1939) • Michaël Ghelmegeanu (1939) • David Popescu (1940) • Constantinus Petrovicescu (1940) • Demetrius Popescu (1941) • Aurelius Aldea (1944) • Nicolaus Penescu (1944) • Constantinus Sănătescu (1944) • Nicolaus Rădescu (1944) • Theochares Georgescu (1947)
Res publica Romana Popularis vel Socialistica (1947 - 1989) Theochares Georgescu (1947) • Alexander Drăghici (1952) • Paulus Ștefan (1952) • Alexander Drăghici (1957) • Cornelius Onescu (1965) • Ioannes Stănescu (1972) • Aemilius Bobu (1973) • Theodorus Coman (1975) • Georgius Homoștean (1978) • Tudor Postelnicu (1987)
Res publica Romana (ab anno 1989) Michaël Chițac (1989) • Doru Viorel Ursu (1990) • Victor Babiuc (1991) • Georgius Ioannes Dănescu (1992) • Doru Ioannes Tărăcilă (1994) • Gabriel Dejeu (1996) • Constantinus Dudu Ionescu (1999) • Ioannes Rus (2000) • Marianus-Florianus Săniuță (2004) • Basilius Blaga (2004) • Christianus David (2007) • Gabriel Oprea (2008) • Livius Dragnea (2009) • Daniel Nica (2009) • Basilius Blaga (2009) • Traianus Igaş (2010) • Gabriel Berca (2012) • Ioannes Rus (2012) • Mircea Dușa (2012) • Radu Stroe (2012) • Gabriel Oprea (2014) • Petrus Tobă (2015) • Dragos Tudorache (2016) • Carmen Dan (2017)