Romanian People of Albanian Descent: Ghica Family, Aleksand R Stavre Drenova, N. D. Cocea, Pantazi Ghica, Dimitrie Ghica-Com Ne Ti Source Wikipedia

ISBN: 9781233071227

Published: August 18th 2011

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Romanian People of Albanian Descent: Ghica Family, Aleksand R Stavre Drenova, N. D. Cocea, Pantazi Ghica, Dimitrie Ghica-Com Ne Ti  by  Source Wikipedia

Romanian People of Albanian Descent: Ghica Family, Aleksand R Stavre Drenova, N. D. Cocea, Pantazi Ghica, Dimitrie Ghica-Com Ne Ti by Source Wikipedia
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 37. Chapters: Ghica family, Aleksand r Stavre Drenova, N. D. Cocea, Pantazi Ghica, Dimitrie Ghica-Com?ne?ti,MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 37. Chapters: Ghica family, Aleksand r Stavre Drenova, N. D. Cocea, Pantazi Ghica, Dimitrie Ghica-Com?ne?ti, Grigore Alexandru Ghica, Dora dIstria, Vladimir Ghika, Albanians of Romania, Ion Ghica, Matila Ghyka, Alexandru Ghika, Nikos Hadjikyriakos-Ghikas, Grigore II Ghica, Vasile Lupu, Albert Ghica, Grigore IV Ghica, Scarlat Callimachi, Kristaq Antoniu, George Ghica, Grigore III Ghica, Scarlat Ghica, Alexandru II Ghica, Matei Ghica, Grigore I Ghica.

Excerpt: N. D. Cocea (common rendition of Nicolae Dumitru Cocea, Romanian pronunciation: , also known as Niculae, Niculici or Nicu Cocea- November 29, 1880-February 1, 1949) was a Romanian journalist, novelist, critic and left-wing political activist, known as a major but controversial figure in the field of political satire.

The founder of many newspapers and magazines, including Via?a Social?, Rampa, Facla and Chemarea, collaborating with writer friends such as Tudor Arghezi, Gala Galaction and Ion Vinea, he fostered and directed the development of early modernist literature in Romania. Cocea later made his name as a republican and anticlerical agitator, was arrested as an instigator during the 1907 peasant revolt, and played a leading role in regrouping the scattered socialist clubs. His allegiances however switched between parties: during World War I, he supported the Entente Powers and, as a personal witness of the October Revolution, the government of Soviet Russia, before returning home as a communist.

During the interwar period, Cocea was elected to Romanian Parliament as an independent socialist, campaigned for the outlawed Romanian Communist Party, and found his press banned by the authorities on several occasions. In 1923, he was found guilty of l se majest .

Cocea, although kept under constant surveillance, was rumored to have been an opportunistic double dealer, and his ...



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