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In 1916 Romania was promised the whole of Transylvania in return for its entry into the war. Insisting on the fulfillment of this promise at Versailles, Ion Bratianu had a strained relationship with the Great Powers, which worsened after Romania's invasion of Hungary. However, they later signed and adhered to treaties with Austria, Bulgaria, and Hungary. In 1916 Romania was promised the whole of Transylvania in return for its entry into the war. Insisting on the fulfillment of this promise at Versailles, Ion Bratianu had a strained relationship with the Great Powers, which worsened after Romania's invasion of Hungary. However, they later signed and adhered to treaties with Austria, Bulgaria, and Hungary.


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In 1916 Romania was promised the whole of Transylvania in return for its entry into the war. Insisting on the fulfillment of this promise at Versailles, Ion Bratianu had a strained relationship with the Great Powers, which worsened after Romania's invasion of Hungary. However, they later signed and adhered to treaties with Austria, Bulgaria, and Hungary. In 1916 Romania was promised the whole of Transylvania in return for its entry into the war. Insisting on the fulfillment of this promise at Versailles, Ion Bratianu had a strained relationship with the Great Powers, which worsened after Romania's invasion of Hungary. However, they later signed and adhered to treaties with Austria, Bulgaria, and Hungary.

13 review for Ion Bratianu: Romania: The Peace Conferences of 1919-23 and Their Aftermath

  1. 5 out of 5

    Nicholas

    Hitchins gives a balanced perspective on the life of Ionel Bratianu. Bratianu was a leading politician in Romania and headed the Liberal Party for most of his life. He fought for Romania's place in the Paris Peace Conferences, and Romania benefited from the vivacious leadership of Ion Bratianu. Hitchins gives a balanced perspective on the life of Ionel Bratianu. Bratianu was a leading politician in Romania and headed the Liberal Party for most of his life. He fought for Romania's place in the Paris Peace Conferences, and Romania benefited from the vivacious leadership of Ion Bratianu.

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