The year 1918 was the beginning of a prolonged process of unification, a difficult effort that concentrated national energies in the years to come. The result, with all its flaws, was a democratic state, anchored in the legal system that emerged after the Paris Peace Conference, where minorities enjoyed unparalleled political and cultural freedoms. It was rightly considered one of the best times in Romanian history.
DEMOCRATIC GREATER ROMANIA EMERGES FROM THE WAR
This website has been set up as part of the programme celebrating the Centenary of United Romania (1918-2018).
This website is created and financed by the Romanian Cultural Institute (RCI) through the Romanian Cultural Institute in London and the RCI’s Department of Promotion and Communication.
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