Greva regala | dezvaluiribiz.ro | La 23 august 1944, la radio s-a difuzat „Proclamaţia către Ţară” în care Regele Mihai I anunţa ieşirea României din alianţa cu puterile Axei şi încetarea imediată a războiului cu Naţiunile Unite. La ordinul lui Hitler, forţele germane aflate pe teritoriul românesc, au declanşat ostilităţi împotriva României, încercând să ocupe Bucureştiul, fără a reuşi, însă, acest lucru[...]
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
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Queen of Romania with her two children. Prince Mircea died at Buftea on 2 November 1916 of typhoid fever, during a time of war, when enemy troops were approaching Bucharest and many battles were taking place close to the city. The royal family had to quickly bury him on the grounds of Cotroceni Palace, before they went into exile to Jassy, the old capital of Moldavia, the unoccupied part north-eastern Romania.