Family Background-- Early Years-- And Then There Was Zizi-- All for Duduia-- The Prodigal Son Returns-- The Road Gets Bumpy-- The Royal Dictatorship.
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The love story between King Carol II of Romania and his long-time mistress, "Magda" Lupescu, was a subject of great interest in the first half of the 20th century. For several decades sensation-seeking journalists provided eager readers with gossip about one of history's most puzzling and bizarre romances. Even today, 40 years after his death, many remember Carol chiefly as the international playboy of sensational Western newspaper stories. Herein, the full story of the life and reign of one of modern Europe's most complex and enigmatic rulers is told. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
New York : East European Monographs : distributed by Columbia Univ. Press, 1998.
Book — 185 p. ; 24 cm.
Vlad Dracula and Pope Pius II: The Prince and the Pope from the Vatican Secret Archives / Raymond T. McNally
Vlad III Dracula and his relations with the Boyars and the Church / Kurt W. Treptow
Doria d'Istria (1828-1888) through American eyes / Cornelia Bodea
King Carol II and Germany / Paul D. Quinlan
Efficient and rapid: The letters of Major Walter Ross of the OSS to his commanding officer, Lieutenant Commander Edward Green, during the evacuation of allied airmen from Romania, Aug. 30-Sept. 2,
1944 / Ernest H. Latham, Jr. --
American-Romanian relations, 1953-1998 / Joseph Harrington
The impact of Gorbachev's "new thinking" on Eastern Europe / Anthony R. DeLuca --Postcommunist Romanian foreign policy at the U.N. / Robert Weiner
Ecumenism, religious freedom, and the national church controversy in Romania / Earl A. Pope
Bibliography of published works by Radu R. Florescu.
This collection of essays ranges from studies on medieval history and culture, including the age of Vlad Tepes (Vlad the Impaler), to 20th-century turmoils in and around the establishment of communist rule and its collapse in 1989. (source: Nielsen Book Data)