TITLE

ABSENCES FROM MAP. THE PROBLEM OF BESSARABIA IN THE HISTORIOGRAPHICAL IMAGINARY OF NICOLAE CEAUSESCU'S REGIME

AUTHOR(S)
Moisa, Gabriel
PUB. DATE
May 2011
SOURCE
Romanian Review on Political Geography / Revista Româna Geograf;May2011, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p72
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The end of the '50 of the last century marked the beginning of returning of the national factors in the historical discourse from Romania, a comeback that continued in the years ahead at a much more obvious step and on more extensive coordinates. The first part of the decade that followed was par excellence the transition period to the most appropriate time of historical research from the communist epoch. That period, the first five-six years of the Ceausescu's regime, was even in the political field a relatively fruitful period, marking an increase ideological distance from the big brother from the east. This was possible in a context in which the Soviet political elite was deeply divided, and the entire Soviet bloc in Eastern Europe operated powerful centrifugal forces.
ACCESSION #
82032359

 

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