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In early 1907 the peasants of Romania rose up against feudal laws, wealthy landowners and the agents who kept them living in penury and servitude. Markus Bauer ...

In early 1907 the peasants of Romania rose up against feudal laws, wealthy landowners and the agents who kept them living in penury and servitude. Markus Bauer discusses the legacy of an 'unbelievable bloodbath'.

Volume: 60 Issue: 9 2010

Charlotte Crow introduces a new exhibition at Tate Modern which looks at the Romanian sculptor Constantin Brancusi.

Volume: 54 Issue: 1 2004

The Romanian king died of a heart attack on April 4th, 1953.

Volume: 53 Issue: 4 2003

Mikhail Gorbachev's period as President of the Soviet Union, 1985-91, was truly revolutionary. But Steven Morewood argues that he failed to understand or control the forces he unleashed.

Issue: 31 1998

An article about a project in exploring Jewish instrumental music

Volume: 43 Issue: 7 1993

For centuries before independence in 1877 the Romanian principalities led a precarious life of their own, writes Kenneth Johnstone.

Volume: 28 Issue: 5 1978

Kenneth Johnstone traces Romania's development, from the Crimean War to independence and enlargement.

Volume: 28 Issue: 6 1978

At a time when a Communist government is trying to destroy all links between Romania and the West, Radu R. Florescu surveys the facts and legends about his country's past.

Volume: 11 Issue: 5 1961

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