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  • Aiud, Romania(119 clicks)
  • Aiud, Romania(98 clicks)
    Aiud city home page
  • Bucharest(139 clicks)
  • Ceausescu's Return(108 clicks)
    By Catherine Lovatt for the Central European Review. Ceausescu's legacy remains.
  • Miercurea-Ciuc - Csíkszereda(124 clicks)
  • National revival in Romania, 1848-1866(115 clicks)
    from Twenty-Five Lectures on Modern Balkan History
  • Nicolae Ceausescu(124 clicks)
    "This Website is dedicated to a period of Romanian history, shaped by the communist Dictator Nicolae Ceausescu. The content of this site is a loose collection of material we gathered over the last years from different sources. It is not supposed to give a 100% complete coverage."
  • Romania Internet Directory(101 clicks)
    General in nature
  • Romania's Indigenous Fighter(101 clicks)
    "Romania's indigenous fighter, the IAR 80, saw service in defense of its homeland and against the Soviets. "
  • Romania--History(147 clicks)
  • Romania--History(103 clicks)
    The history section is part of a more general site.
  • Romania: Primary Documents(136 clicks)
  • The Historical Dracula(136 clicks)
    by Ray Porter. Dracula was VLAD III TEPES, 1431-1476.
  • The Real Prince Dracula(155 clicks)
    "Yes, there was a real Dracula, and he was a true prince of darkness. He was Prince Vlad III Dracula, also known as Vlad Tepes, meaning "Vlad the Impaler." The Turks called him Kaziglu Bey, or "the Impaler Prince." He was the prince of Walachia, but, as legend suggests, he was born in Transylvania, which at that time was ruled by Hungary."
  • The Society for Romanian Studies(111 clicks)
    "The SOCIETY FOR ROMANIAN STUDIES is an inter-disciplinary academic organization founded in 1973 to promote professional study, criticism, and research on all aspects of Romanian culture and civilization."
  • Transcript of the Closed trial of Nicolae and Eliena Ceausescu(109 clicks)
    Tried on a military base in 1989, they were executed.
  • Transylvania(101 clicks)
    One has to get past the bias of the essay but this is a valuable look at this region which is now part of Romania but was once part of Hungary. This was the home of Dracula.
  • Transylvania Castle(123 clicks)
    The Count Kalnoky family restores its historical heritage in Transylvania. Support our efforts by visiting us: travel back in time to experience living history.
  • Transylvania, A Short History by István Lázár,(94 clicks)
    This book deals with the history of a province of Romania but it will be clear to the reader that Hungarians also claim the territory. this is a PRF file; you need Adobe Acrobat to read it.