On December 1, Romanians celebrate their National Day. This year marks the 105th anniversary of the unification of the historic Romanian lands to form modern-day Romania. The process of national unification was completed when, on December 1, 1918, a national assembly in Alba Iulia proclaimed the unification of Transylvania with the Kingdom of Romania.
World War II saw the tragic dismemberment of the country when the Soviets seized Bessarabia and northern Bucovina from Romania in 1940, territories that now are either occupied by Ukraine or form the so-called Republic of Moldova. The Nazi Regime and the Italian Fascists also dismembered Romania, awarding part of Transylvania to Hungary in 1940. The country recovered this territory at the end of Workd War II.
If you car looking to learn more about the history of Romania, Histria Books, through the Center for Romanian Studies, published a wide variety of books on Romanian culture and history, to make Romanian literary treasures to readers everywhere. Whether you're looking for biographies, classic fiction, photo albums, history books, or poetry volumes, there is something for everyone, and you will find it at centerforromanianstudies.com.
To preserve Romanian history and culture. it is crucial for Romanian expats to actively share their cultural heritage with their children, as it serves as a vital link between the past and the present, fostering a strong sense of identity and belonging.
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