TITLE

ROMÂNIA ŞI SITUAŢIA MILITARĂ A BULGARIEI ÎN CONTEXT INTERBALCANIC (1934-1940)

AUTHOR(S)
UNGUREANU, GEORGE
PUB. DATE
February 2012
SOURCE
Review of Military History;2012, Issue 1/2, p109
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article below consists in a succinct analysis of the realities and military developments in Bulgaria during the inter-war period, especially those from 1934-1940 (international status, internal environment, structure and size of budgetary distributions, imports and internal production of weapons and ammunitions, etc), on one hand, and the perceptions and reactions of the Romanian state, both as a sovereign and independent entity and as an actor on the European stage and member of the Balkan Entente, on the other hand. A central element of this analysis is represented by the Bulgarian-Yugoslav Pact of January 1937, considered even more important than the Thessaloniki Agreement (July 31, 1938) from the point of view of the actual military development of Bulgaria and the dissolution of the Balkan Entente. The main sources of this demarche are the Romanian Military Archives and a study written by Ljudmil Petrov, historian and former head of the corresponding institution in Bulgaria.
ACCESSION #
85207322

 

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