Ion Victor Antonescu (June 15, 1882 – June 1, 1946) was a Romanian soldier, authoritarian politician, and convicted war criminal. The Prime Minister and Conducător during most of World War II, he presided over two successive wartime dictatorships. An atypical figure among Holocaust perpetrators, Antonescu enforced policies independently responsible for the deaths of as many as 400,000 people, most of them Bessarabian, Ukrainian and Romanian Jews, as well as Romani Romanians.
FOTO Povestea Gării Piatra Neamţ, locul din care mareşalul Antonescu a rostit „Ostaşi, vă ordon: treceţi Prutul!”
Gara din Piatra Neamţ a împlinit în octombrie anul trecut 100 de ani de la darea în funcţiune. Opera antreprenorului italian Carol Zane a sărbătorit centenarul în haine noi, după lucrările de modernizare efectuate de C.F.R. cu fonduri europene.
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Romania requested a German military missiin (October 1940) and then joined the Axis (November 1940). One might think that there would have been economic benefits acruing to Romania. Actually just the opposite was true. Countries which did not join the Axis (Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and Turkey) benefitted from keeping the Germans at arms length. They were able to insist that the Germany pay for raw materiials and products they wanted. The country's which joined the Axis…