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Austrian People of Romanian Descent: Austrian People of Moldovan Descent, Logothetti, Romanian Austro-Hungarians, Gy Rgy Ligeti, Miron Cristea

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Published August 19th 2011
ISBN : 9781233104789
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58 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 56. Chapters: Austrian people of Moldovan descent, Logothetti, Romanian Austro-Hungarians, Gy rgy Ligeti, MironMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 56. Chapters: Austrian people of Moldovan descent, Logothetti, Romanian Austro-Hungarians, Gy rgy Ligeti, Miron Cristea, Valerian Trifa, Elfriede Jelinek, Petru Groza, Emil Cioran, Vladimir Logothetti, Hugo II Logothetti, Constantin von Economo, Corneliu Coposu, Florian Abrahamowicz, Ana Cump na, Maria Cebotari, Lucian Blaga, Traian Vuia, Ion Nistor, Nicolae Densu ianu, Liviu Rebreanu, Eusebius Mandyczewski, Horia Sima, Ylla, Gheorghe Flondor, Victor Babe, George Co buc, Ciprian Porumbescu, George Tofan, Onisifor Ghibu, Veronica Micle, Badea C r an, Aurel Vlaicu, Emil Ha ieganu, Gheorghe incai, Adolf Albin, Coloman Braun-Bogdan, Ion Gr mad, Alexandru Sterca- ulu iu, Emanoil Gojdu, Henri Catargi, Nicolae Teclu, Simona Spiridon, Georg Marco, Vasile Suciu, Ion Vidu, Eftimie Murgu, tefan Octavian Iosif, Iuliu Hossu, Felix Galimir, Alexandru Borza, Emil Paur, Petru Maior, Robert Dornhelm, Vincen iu Babe, Erwin Ringel, Iosif Hodo iu. Excerpt: Miron Cristea, (monastic name of Elie Cristea- July 20, 1868-March 6, 1939) was an Austro-Hungarian-born Romanian cleric and politician. A bishop in Hungarian-ruled Transylvania, Cristea was elected Metropolitan-Primate of the Orthodox Church of the newly unified Greater Romania in 1919. As the Church was raised to a rank of Patriarchy, Miron Cristea was enthroned as the first Patriarch of the Romanian Orthodox Church in 1925. In 1938, Carol II banned political parties and established a royal dictatorship, choosing Miron Cristea to be the Prime Minister of Romania, a position from which he served for about a year, between February 11, 1938 and his death. Born in Topli a to Gheorghe and Domni a Cristea, a peasant family, he studied at the Saxon Evangelical Gymnasium of Bistri a (1879-1883), at the Greek-Catholic Lyceum of N s ud (1883-1887), at the Orthodox Seminary of Sibiu (1887-1890), afte...