At the end of WWI, the winners and the defeated alike were still marked by the tragedies they had experienced
The families and friends of the young people who died in the Colectiv nightclub fire set up an association, with the declared aim of determining the authorities to prevent such tragedies and...
Back in the 1980s Romania’s western border witnessed real tragedies that few people know about today.
The 1989 Revolution was the most important event in the second half of the 20th century in Romania.
Seven decades from the tragedies of WWII, the Parliament in Bucharest commemorated the Holocaust as seen from the Romanian perspective.
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