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Posted by: Morar Andrei January 29, 2018 08:58 pm
This year, Romania gets into the aniversary of 100 years since the end of the Great War and the Great Union of December 1st 1918.

Because Romania is many times forgotten in the history pages, I decided to initiate 2 cultural programmes to inform the people:

1) the blog "Aspects of the Romanian Front", where I write different stories about the army and its battles from 1916-1917, or about social aspects, such as "Romanian Soldiers in the Austro-Hungarian Army"


2) by creating a series of videos on YouTube called "Battles of the Romanian Army", where I talk about different battles, more or less known, that took place in the First World War. The first one is already done, being entitles "The Battles for Făgăras County"



Posted by: Petre February 14, 2018 06:56 am
Actually speaking, The Romanian Front (Russian: Rumynskii Front) was (precisely) the joint formation of the Imperial Russian Army and the Romanian Army during the First World War. It was created mid of december 1916 and was under command of Stavka ...

Not very accurate, here -

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