Greater Romania was forged on the battlefields of the First World War, in the democratic assemblies of Transylvania, Bukovina and Bessarabia and no less in the meeting rooms of the Paris Peace Conference. When the guns felt silent, it took brilliant diplomatic skills, strong arguments and wide European connections in order to translate the reality of united Romania into the treaties and norms that defined the new status quo.
WINNING THE PEACE (1919-1920)
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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