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my favourite royals.

my favourite royals.

King Carol II of Romania 1936, by Phillip de Laszlo,

King Carol II of Romania 1936, by Phillip de Laszlo,

Queen mother Helen of Romania

Queen mother Helen of Romania

Portrait of King Carol I of Romania (1839–1914) in the working room. Peles Castle, Romania by Dennis Jarvis via flickr

Portrait of King Carol I of Romania (1839–1914) in the working room. Peles Castle, Romania by Dennis Jarvis via flickr

Istoria unui tablou fabulos http://casa-regala.blogspot.ro/2014/03/istoria-unui-tablou-fabulos-portretul.html

Istoria unui tablou fabulos http://casa-regala.blogspot.ro/2014/03/istoria-unui-tablou-fabulos-portretul.html

Queen Marie of Romania, née Princess Marie of Edinburgh 1936, by Phillip de Laszlo,

Queen Marie of Romania, née Princess Marie of Edinburgh 1936, by Phillip de Laszlo,

When war broke out, King Carol of Romania found himself in a terrible position. German by birth (he was elected King of Romania in 1881) and having agreed a secret treaty with the Kaiser some years earlier, his instinct was to align with the Central Powers. His people, however, were culturally and spiritually far closer to Russia and, for the most part, favored joining the Entente or remaining neutral.  While war raged around them, the Romanians remained neutral.

When war broke out, King Carol of Romania found himself in a terrible position. German by birth (he was elected King of Romania in 1881) and having agreed a secret treaty with the Kaiser some years earlier, his instinct was to align with the Central Powers. His people, however, were culturally and spiritually far closer to Russia and, for the most part, favored joining the Entente or remaining neutral. While war raged around them, the Romanians remained neutral.


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