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Michael I (25 October 1921 – 5 December 2017) was the King of Romania, before the communist government ended the monarchy. He was one of the last surviving World War Two leaders, but lived much of his life in exile. He is best remembered for his role in making Romania change sides, from the Nazis to the Allies, in August 1944.
HIS MAJESTY KING MICHAEL I OF ROMANIA CELEBRATES HIS 90TH BIRTHDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2011
King Michael as a young boy. If his reign, which began in 1927, had been allowed to continue uninterrupted, he would have reigned for 84 years up to the point of his 90th birthday. This would have been one of the longest reigns in history ©Underwood/Corbis
Profesorii Clasei palatine: primul rând de sus, Ion Chirescu (muzică şi desen), părintele Nae Popescu (religie), Gheorghe Lazăr (istorie), Léon Thévenin (franceză); rândul doi de sus, Cristian Muşceleanu (fizică-chimie), Ion Bratu (matematică), Viceamiralul Preda Fundăţeanu (director de studii), Maiorul Mircea Tomescu (subdirector al şcolii), Alexandru Mumuianu (ştiinţe naturale).