AbstractThe article is one of eight studies on individual countries in a volume on nationalism in Eastern Europe edited by Peter F. Sugar. It traces the story from the beginning of the century to the first years of post-Communism. As stipulated by Sugar, the article consists of four chronological sections introduced by characteristic documents in English translation by leading Romanian nationalists: Nicolae Iorga, Nichifor Crainic, Nicolae Ceauşescu, and the Greater Romania Party. Special attention is given to territorial issues and Romania’s relations with its neighbors.
SubjectsCommunism, Nationalism, Transylvania (Principality), ROMANIA
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