Romania in the first inter-war decade

The unification of all Romanians on December 1, 1918 opened a new chapter in the history of the country. Romania after the First World War was deeply transformed. The figures reveal this like no other. If, in 1912, Romania had an area of ​​130.177 km² with a...

The Treaty of Sèvres and it legacy

Treaty of Sèvres, (Aug. 10, 1920), post-World War I pact between the victorious Allied powers and representatives of the government of Ottoman Turkey. The treaty abolished the Ottoman Empire and obliged Turkey to renounce all rights over Arab Asia and North Africa....

Romania and the alliance with Poland

The main objective of Romania’s foreign policy in the interwar period was to defend the borders established at the Paris Peace Conference. To ensure the security of Romania, the politicians in Bucharest sought to build a whole system of regional alliances, but France...

“In the name of righteousness, there is a great wrongdoing, in wishing to punish Romania for the misfortunes it endured…”

Romania was not looked upon with good eyes at the start of the Paris Peace Conference by the leaders of the great victorious powers, especially by Clemenceau and partly by Wilson. However, diplomacy and persuasive speeches of the Romanian delegation together with the...

Romania and the Little Entente

Through the treaties signed at the Versailles Peace Conference (1919-1920), Romania managed to obtain the international recognition of the Great Union. The leaders of Romania at that time had to preserve the integrity of the new borders by maintaining and observing...

The Treaty of Sèvres and it legacy

Treaty of Sèvres, (Aug. 10, 1920), post-World War I pact between the victorious Allied powers and representatives of the government of Ottoman Turkey. The treaty abolished the Ottoman Empire and obliged Turkey to renounce all rights over Arab Asia and North Africa....

Romania and the Little Entente

Through the treaties signed at the Versailles Peace Conference (1919-1920), Romania managed to obtain the international recognition of the Great Union. The leaders of Romania at that time had to preserve the integrity of the new borders by maintaining and observing...

Romania in the first inter-war decade

Romania in the first inter-war decade

The unification of all Romanians on December 1, 1918 opened a new chapter in the history of the country. Romania after the First World War was deeply transformed. The figures reveal this like no other. If, in 1912, Romania had an area of ​​130.177 km² with a...

Romania and the alliance with Poland

Romania and the alliance with Poland

The main objective of Romania’s foreign policy in the interwar period was to defend the borders established at the Paris Peace Conference. To ensure the security of Romania, the politicians in Bucharest sought to build a whole system of regional alliances, but France...

The Treaty of Sèvres and it legacy

Treaty of Sèvres, (Aug. 10, 1920), post-World War I pact between the victorious Allied powers and representatives of the government of Ottoman Turkey. The treaty abolished the Ottoman Empire and obliged Turkey to renounce all rights over Arab Asia and North Africa....

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