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  • ANTONESCU (I.) — ANTONESCU ION (1882 1946) Officier et homme politique roumain, Ion Antonescu est né à Pitesti en Transylvanie, qui appartenait alors au royaume de Hongrie. Il participe aux combats de la Première Guerre mondiale comme officier dans l’armée… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Antonescu — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Crin Antonescu (* 1959), rumänischer Historiker und Politiker Dumitru Antonescu (* 1945), rumänischer Fußballspieler Ion Antonescu (1882–1946), rumänischer Ministerpräsident und Generalstabschef des Heeres …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Antonescu — (Ion) (1882 1946) maréchal roumain; sympathisant de la Garde de fer, parti fasciste. En 1940, nommé Premier ministre par le roi Carol II, dont il exigea immédiatement l abdication, il exerça une dictature absolue et engagea son pays dans la… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Antonescu — biographical name Ion 1882 1946 Romanian general; dictator (1940 44) …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Antonescu — Antonẹscu,   1) Ion, rumänischer Marschall (seit 1941) und Politiker, * Piteşti 14. 6. 1882, ✝ (hingerichtet) Jilava (heute zu Bukarest) 1. 6. 1946; Offizier, 1933 34 Generalstabschef, 1937/38 Verteidigungsminister, wurde in der Staatskrise von… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Antonescu — This noble and distinguished surname originates from Antonius , an ancient Roman clan name which is believed to translate as praiseworthy or priceless . Marcus Antonius circa 83 30 B.C., friend to Caesar, and lover of the Egyptian Queen Cleopatra …   Surnames reference

  • ANTONESCU, ION° — (1882–1946), Romanian soldier and politician. Following a dispute with King Carol II in 1934, Antonescu resigned his post as chief of staff. When Goga and cuza formed an antisemitic government late in 1937, Antonescu, an antisemite, was appointed …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Antonescu (surname) — Antonescu is a common family name in Romania. Persons named Antonescu include:* Ion Antonescu, prime minister and conducător (Leader) of Romania during World War II * Crin Antonescu, Romanian politician * Dumitru Antonescu, Romanian footballer *… …   Wikipedia

  • ANTONESCU, MIHAI° — (1907–1946), Romanian lawyer and politician. In 1940 Antonescu, as minister of justice, formulated several anti Jewish laws. He was the legal representative of ion antonescu (to whom he was unrelated). Upon the outbreak of war with the Soviet… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Antonescu, Marshal Ion — 1882–1946    Antonescu was a stupid rather than sinister Rumanian dictator throughout the war. He was an army leader who had assumed leadership of the fascist Iron Guards. King CAROL II who was afraid of his power had him imprisoned but when… …   Who’s Who in World War Two

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