Virtual Museum Of The Union

Alboi Șandru Vasile

Bucovinean Romanian, representative of the town of Campulung, member of the Romanian National Council, delegated by the Council to the meeting of November 28, 1918, voting Unirea Bucovinei with Romania.

Alexandru Ieșan (1883-?)

Bucovinean Romanian, doctor in philosophy, professor, elected in the Romanian National Council in a meeting on November 25, 1918, delegate from the Council at the General Congress of Bucovina who voted the Union of Bucovina with the Romanian Kingdom.

Alexe Procopovici (1884-1946)

Bucovinean Romanian, historian, journalist at "Voice of Bucovina" with an important role in promoting the ideas of the national unity, having bonds with Transylvanians, member of the Romanian National Council and voter of Bucovina Union, representative of Bucovina at the Great Assembly in Alba Iulia on December 1, 1918. Near collaborator of Sextil Puşcariuu with which he is editing Coressi's Coalition, correspondent member of the Romanian Academy, deputy of the Great Romania.

Angel Ion

Bucovinean Romanian deputy from Câmpulung, elected in the Romanian National Council, votes the Union of Bucovina with Romania on November 28, 1918.

Apollo Pătraș

Bucovinean Romanian, representative of the city of Siret, elected to the Romanian National Council at a meeting on November 25, 1918, when another 51 members were co-opted, delegated to the General Assembly of Bucovina who voted the Union of Bucovina with Romania.

Aurel Moraru (1886-1945)

Bucovinean Romanian, Doctor in Law in Prague, elected in the Romanian National Council at a meeting on November 25, 1918, when another 51 members were co-opted, delegated to the General Assembly of Bucovina who voted for the Union of Bucovina with Romania. After the union, liberal deputy in several legislatures.

Aurel Țurcan

Bucovinean Romanian, elected member of the Romanian National Council in the meeting of 27 October 1918, delegated to the General Assembly of Bucovina who voted the Union of Bucovina with Romania.

Constantin (Cornel) Homuica

Bucovinean Romanian, Doctor of Law, official of the Church Fund of Romanian Orthodoxy, designated member of the Romanian National Council at the National Assembly on October 27, 1918, elected member in the Council composed of 50 persons, votes the Union of Bucovina on November 28, 1918.

Constantin Nastasi

Member of the Academic Society Junimea, judge, prosecuted for Romanianism, representative of the city of Cernăuţi, elected in the Romanian National Council at the meeting of November 25, 1918, when another 51 members, co-opted to the General Assembly of Bucovina who voted the Union of Bucovina with Romania.

Cornel Clain

Bucovinean Romanian, representative of the district of Storojineţ, designated member of the Romanian National Council at the Assembly of October 27, 1918, elected in the Council of 50, voter of the Union of Bucovina with Romanian Kingdom.

Dan Dimitrie (1856-1927)

Bucovinean Romanian, priest, writer, elected member of the Romanian National Council at the Assembly of 27 October 1918, elected in the Council of 50, delegated to the General Assembly of Bucovina, voted on 28 November 1918 the Union of Bucovina with the Romanian Kingdom, correspondent member of the Romanian Academy.

Dimitrie Bucevschi (1858-1948)

Bucovinean Romanian, typographer, publicist, collaborator of "Voice of Bucovina", together with Valeriu Branistea wrote the newspaper "Patria" in Cernăuţi during the period 1897-1900, elected in the Romanian National Council of Bucovina, voted the Union of Bucovina on 28 November 1918. From 1919 he was the editor of the gazette „Bucovina“.

Dimitrie Marmeliuc (1886-1970)

Bucovinean Romanian, Doctor in Philosophy in Vienna, professor, elected to the Romanian National Council at the meeting on November 25, 1918, when another 51 members were co-opted, delegated to the General Assembly of Bucovina who voted for the Union of Bucovina with Romania.

Dimitrie Țurcan

Bucovinean Romanian, engineer, elected member of the Romanian National Council in the meeting of 27 October 1918, delegated to the General Assembly of Bucovina who voted the Union of Bucovina with Romania.

Dionisie Bejan (1837-1923)

Bucovinean Romanian, priest, president of the Society for Culture and Romanian Literature in Bucovina (1896-1918), deputy of the Diet of Bucovina (1903-1918), was member of the Romanian National Council at the National Assembly on 14/27 October 1918, elected in the Council of 50, was the oldest president of the National Council of Bucovina, delegated to the General Assembly of Bucovina on November 15/28, 1918, who voted the Union of Bucovina with Romania, senator in the Parliament of Great Romania, editor of the newspaper "Glasul Bucovinei".

Dorimendont Popovici (1873-1950)

Bucovinean Romanian, political human, leader of the fight for the rights of Bucovina, deputy in the Diet of Bucovina, elected vice-president of the Romanian National Council on October 27, 1918, leads the administrative section, delegated to the General Assembly of Bucovina, votes the Union of Bucovina with Romania. After the union he was Deputy Mayor of Cernăuţi city and state minister for the problems of Bucovina in 1927. Arrested by the representatives of the communist regime at 77 years, dies in Sighet prison on June 12, 1950.

Eusebie Popovici (1838-1920)

Bucovinean Romanian, priest, university professor at the University of Cernăuți, organised the University Library, vicar of the Archdiocese of Cernăuți, designated member of the Romanian National Council at the National Assembly on October 27, 1918, elected in the 50th council, vice president, has participated in the Congress National of Bucovina who voted for the Union with Romania.

Florea Lupu (1863-1939)

Bucovinean Romanian, Doctor in Law, lawyer, magistrate and politician human, one of the leaders of the Democratic Party of Bucovina, member of the Parliament of Vienna, elected member of the Romanian National Council at the National Assembly of 27 October 1918, delegated at the General Assembly of Bucovina wich voted the Union, deputy of Great Romania.

Gavril Rotica (1881-1952)

Bucovinean Romanian, teacher at Câmpulung, Cernăuţi and Bucharest, elected in the Romanian National Council at the meeting of November 25, 1918, when another 51 members were co-opted, and and it has arrived at 100 persons, delegated to the General Assembly of Bucovina wich has voted the Union of Bucovina with Romania. After the union, president of the Bucovinian Journalists Syndicate, deputy and senator.

George Boncheș

Bucovinean Romanian, representative of the Bucovina peasants at the National Assembly of the Romanian National Council of 27 October 1918, elected among those the 50 members of the Council, delegated to the General Assembly of Bucovina and the Union voter of November 28, 1918.

George Tofan (1880-1920)

Bucovinean Romanian, peasant son, has founded several private schools in villages and a normal school for girls. He has organisated Romanian language courses for Bessarabian teachers. Member of the Junimea Society in Cernăuţi, member of the Romanian National Council elected at the meeting on November 25, 1918, delegated to the General Assembly of Bucovina who has voted on 28 November 1918 the Union with Romania.

Gheorghe Grigorovici (1871-1954)

Bucovinean Romanian, socialist political human, representative of Bucovina in the Parliament of Vienna, elected member of the Romanian National Council and delegate of the Council at the General Congress of Bucovina who has voted for the Union with the Romanian Kingdom. Editor of the social newspaper "Vremea Nouă", arrested by the Communist government, dies in the prison in Sighet.

Gheorghe Jemma

Bucovinean Romanian, judge at Storojineţ, member of the General Assembly of Bucovina who has voted on 28 November 1918 the Union with Romania.

Gheorghe Lauric (Lavric)

Bucovinean Romanian, representative of Vîlcov locality, elected in the Romanian National Council on November 25, 1918, delegated to participate in the General Assembly of Bucovina on November 28, 1918, which has voted for the Union of Bucovina with Romania.

Gheorghe Șandru (1863-1937)

Bucovinean Romanian, eparchial counselor, was the first Romanian mayor of Cernăuţi, member of the Romanian National Council at the National Assembly on October 27, 1918, delegated on the council of the 50, delegate of the Council at the General Assembly which has voted for the Union of Bucovina with Romania.

Gheorghe Sârbu

Bucovinean Romanian, forestry engineer, deputy in the Parliament of Vienna from Bucovina, was the initiator of the convocation of the National Assembly of Bucovina on October 27, 1918, elected member of the Romanian National Council at the Assembly of October 27, elected in the Council by 50 members, delegated to the General Assembly of Bucovina wich has voted for the Union of Bucovina with Romania.

Grecu Vasile (1885-1972)

Bucovinean Romanian, philosopher, philologist, doctor in philosophy, professor, bizantinologist, correspondent member of the Romanian Academy, delegate of the Romanian National Council at the meeting of the General Assembly of Bucovina on November 28, 1918, when he has voted for Union of Bucovina with Romania.

Iacob Zadic (1867-1970)

General of the Romanian Army, participant in the Battle of Marasesti, Commander of the 8th Division that has entered in Bucovina at the call of the Romanian National Council of Bucovina to restore order. On November 11, 1918, he has restored the order in Cernăuți.

Iancu Flondor (1865-1924)

Bucovinean Romanian, political human, cultural and political personality of Bucovina, fighter for the rights of the Romanians during the Austrian mastery. He founded a democratic national party in 1898, then became president of the Romanian National Party in Bucovina, deputy in the Bucovina Diet, president of the Bucovina National Council; was elected member of the Romanian National Council at the National Assembly on October 27, 1918, on the committee of 50 members, and then was delegated to the Romanian National Council to attend the meeting of 28 November 1918 of the General Assembly of Bucovina who has voted the Union of Bucovina with Romania. Iancu Flondor led the delegation that handed over the act of Union of Bucovina with Romania to King Ferdinand I. He continued his activity in the Great Romania, being the minister of Bucovina in the guvernment of Ion I.C. Bratianu (Dec 1918 - April 1919).

Ioan Candrea

Bucovinean Romanian, farmer, representative of Cândreni commune, Câmpulung, was member of the Romanian National Council at the National Assembly on 14/27 October 1918, elected in the Council of the 50, in which he asked for rights for peasants and first of all land, has voted Union and was member of the delegation that has presented the Union Act.

Ion I. Nistor (1876-1962)

Bucovinean Romanian, political leader, historian, Doctor in Philology and Letters of the University of Vienna, professor of history at the University of Cernăuţi, participant as a guest in Chisinau at the Country Counsel which has voted the Union of Bessarabia with Romania; leader of the national struggle in Bucovina, found in 1918 at Iasi „the Committee of the Bucovinian refugees“, at Chisinau together with Octavian Goga, the National Committee of Romanians from Transylvania and Bucovina learn in Moldavia and Bessarabia; militant and voter of Union; is part of the delegation that lead to Iasi the Union Act; Minister Secretary of State for the problems of Bucovina, brand history, Minister in several governments of Great Romania. The symbol of Bucovina and of the national struggle was arrested by Communists in 1950 and detained until 1955 in Sighet.

Ion Sbiera

Bucovinean Romanian, representative of the locality of Storojineţ, elected in the Romanian National Council at the meeting of 25 November 1918, when another 51 members were elected, reaching at one hundred, delegated to the meeting of the General Council of Bucovina who has voted the Union of Bucovina with the Kingdom Romanian.

Ipolit Tarnavschi (1894-1952)

Priest, journalist, philologist, member of the Romanian National Council elected with the occasion of the National Assembly on October 27, 1918, when he was elected to the Council of the 50, delegated to the General Assembly of Bucovina who has voted the Union of Bucovina with the Romanian Kingdom.

Isidor Bodea (1866-1938)

The citizen of Banat settled in Bucovina, pediatrician in Cernăuţi, saved a part of the "Dictionary of the Romanian Language", to which Sextil Puşcariu worked; was one of the founders of the newspaper "Voice of Bucovina", and in his house from Cernăuţi the Romanian Bucovinian leaders met to discuss about the union.

Laurențiu Tomoioagă (1880-1952)

Bucovinean Romanian, publicist, fighter for national rights, member of the Romanian National Council in Bucovina, elected vice-president, has voted the Union of Bucovina.

Max Hacman (1877-1961)

University Professor, Doctor of Law, Professor and after the Union Rector of the University of Cernăuţi; elected member of the National Council on November 25, 1918, delegated to the General Assembly of Bucovina on November 28, 1918, when was voted the Union with Romania.

Mihail Iacoban

Bucovinean Romanian, Mayor of the city of Câmpulung, designated member of the Romanian National Council at the National Assembly on October 27, 1918, elected in the Council composed of 50 members, votes the Union of Bucovina with Romania at the General Congress of Bucovina on November 28, 1918.

Nicolae Mihalescu

Bucovinean Romanian, elected in the Romanian National Council at the meeting on November 25, 1918, when another 51 members were elected, delegated to the General Assembly of Bucovina who has voted the Union of Bucovina with Romania.

Nicolae Vasiloschi

Bucovinean Romanian, Lawyer, Doctor of Law, Vice President and President of the Society for Romanian Culture and Literature in Bucovina, elected member of the Romanian National Council in the meeting of 27 October 1918, delegate at the General Assembly of Bucovina who has voted the Union of Bucovina with Romania.

Nicolae Vlad

Bucovinean Romanian, priest, elected in the National Council meeting on November 25, 1918, when the council reached at hundred members, delegated to the General Assembly of Bucovina in which the Union of Bucovina was voted with the Romanian Kingdom.

Nicu Flondor (1872-1948)

Bucovinean Romanian, political man, brother of Iancu and Tudor Flonder, was sanitary corps in the Austro-Hungarian army in Cernăuți, captured by the Russian troops, was taken to Tashkent until 1916; member of the Romanian National Council, delegated by him to attend the meeting of 28 November 1918 of the General Assembly of Bucovina who has voted for the Union. He has participated as a representative of Bucovina at the Geneva Conference and then at the Paris Peace Conference (1919-1920). After the union he was the mayor and then prefect of the city of Cernăuţi; has built during his tenure at the Cernăuţi Palace, the Palace of Culture (1938-1940), fled to Brasov in 1944.

Octavian Gheorghian (1874-1929)

Bucovinean Romanian, doctor educated at Graz and Vienna, director of the maternity in Cernăuţi, supporter of the national struggle of the Bucovinian Romanians, member of the Romanian National Council of Bucovina, delegate of the Council at the General Congress of Bukovina on November 28, 1918, has voted the Union. Leads Healthcare within the Bucovina government.

Petre Popescul

Priest at Cernăuţi, representative of the city of Cernăuţi, elected in the Romanian National Council at the meeting on November 25, 1918, when another 51 members were co-opted and it reached at 100 people, delegate at the General Assembly of Bucovina, who has voted for Bucovina Union with Romania.

Radu Grigorcea

Bucovinean Romanian, doctor, elected in the Romanian National Council in the meeting on 25 November 1918, when another 51 members were co-opted, has voted the Union of Bucovina at November 28, 1918.

Radu Sbiera (1874-1946)

Bucovinean Romanian, son of the Bucovinean leading, Ion Sbiera, professor at the University of Cernăuți, figher for national rights, member of the Romanian National Council of Bucovina, has voted the Union of Bucovina, was part of the delegation that went to Iasi with the Act of Union, the mayor of the city of Cernăuţi. In 1940 he fled to Bucharest, was arrested and died at Canal in 1946.

Romulus Reuț (1871-1943)

Bucovinean Romanian, graduate of the Law Faculty in Cernăuţi, continues his studies in Vienna, lawyer, magistrate, member of the Romanian National Party from 1909, leader of the fight for the rights of the Romanians, elected in 1911 in the Bucovina Diet; was vice-president of the Romanian Peasant Party of Aurel Onciul. Elected in 1918 in the Romanian National Council, participates in the General Congress of Bucovina. After Union, he was elected deputy to the Parliament of Romania.

Sextil Pușcariu (1877-1948)

Transylvanian Romanian, philologist, linguist, studies at Lipsca, Paris and Vienna, professor at the University of Vienna where he opens a Romanian language seminary, professor at the University of Cernăuţi (1904-1918), was one of the organizers of the Romanians movement in Bucovina, Transylvania and Hungary, member of the Romanian National Council in Bucovina, elected vice-president, delegated to the General Assembly of Bucovina on November 28, 1918, who has voted the Union of Bucovina with Romania. He was among the founders of the "Voice of Bucovina" publication which exposed the wishes of the Romanians in Bucovina. He was Delegate of Romania to the Society of Nations (1922-1925), member of the Romanian Academy, author of the Romanian Linguistic Atlas.

Stanislav Kwiatkowski

Polish doctor, member of the Polish National Council from Cernăuți, participant in the General Council of Bucovina and supporter of the territorial integrity of Bucovina and the Union with Romania, was part of the Bucovinean delegation in Iasi, who handed over to King Ferdinand the Union Act.

Ștefan Saghin (1860-?)

Bucovinean Romanian, Theologian Doctor, priest, professor at the Faculty of Theology of Cernăuţi, was elected member of the Romanian National Council at the National Assembly on 27 October 1918, elected to the Council of 50 members, then delegate at the General Assembly of Bucovina from November 1918, which has voted for the Union with Romania.

Teodor V. Ștefanelli (1849-1920)

Bucovinean Romanian, magistrate, prose writer, historian, fighter for national rights, refugee in Iasi, organizes the Bucovinians, member of the Romanian National Council, has voted the Union at the General Congress of Bucovina.

Vasile Bodnărescu (1881-1926)

Bucovinean Romanian, Doctor of Law, member of the Romanian National Council in Bucovina, delegate of the Council at the meeting of 28 November 1918 of the General Congress of Bucovina and voter of the Union of Bucovina. He was sent to negotiate the entry of Romanian troops in Bucovina to avoid an Ukrainian or Bolshevik intervention. He was part of the delegation that went to Iasi to hand over to King Ferdinand the Act of the Union of Bucovina , deputy in the First Parliament of Great Romania.

Vasile Tarnavschi (1858-1945)

Priest, professor of the University of Chernivtsi, author of numerous theological works, member of the Bucovina Council and delegate at the General Assembly of Bucovina who has voted for the Union of Bucovina with the Romanian Kingdom.

Victor Bodnărescu

Bucovinean Romanian, Doctor in Sciences, elected in the Romanian National Council at the meeting on November 25, 1918, when another 51 members were elected, reaching one hundred, delegate to the meeting of the General Council of Bucovina who has voted the Union of Bucovina with the Romanian Kingdom .

Victor Tomașciuc

Bucovinean Romanian, member of the „Junimea” Society of Cernauti, elected member of the Romanian National Council on October 27, 1918, delegated to attend the meeting of 28 November 1918 of the General Assembly of Bucovina who has voted the Union with Romania.

Vladimir de Repta, metropolitan (1841-1926)

Graduate of the Theological Institute of Cernăuţi, monk of Sucevita monastery in 1885, Bishop of Rădăuţi, metropolitan of Bucovina during 1902-1924, vice-president of the Society for Culture and Literature in Bucovina (1889-1896), deputy in the Parliament of Vienna, fighter for national rights, presided in the Metropolitan Palace the General Assembly of Bucovina on November 28, 1918 when the Union of Bucovina was decided, was part of the delegation that handed the Act of the Union of Bucovina to King Ferdinand I.

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