Some interesting photos from Duca's death

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Some interesting photos from Duca's death

Post by WojtekK » 11 Feb 2004 13:40

These photos from book F. Berna¶ - Mordercy z Wilhelmstrasse

Premier of Romania, Ion Duca died 29.12.1933.
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Post by WojtekK » 11 Feb 2004 13:41

Killer of Ion Duca - Nicolae Constantinescu, member of "Iron Guard".
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Post by WojtekK » 11 Feb 2004 13:43

Corneliu Zelea Codreau, leader of "Iron Guard".
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Post by WojtekK » 11 Feb 2004 13:44

Corneliu Codreanu & Prof. Alexandru Corneliu Cuza on trial.

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Nice pics

Post by PanzerVI » 12 Feb 2004 18:12

The photoes are very nice.Nicu Constantinescu is named also Niki and there were 2 more accomplices which participated in the crime: Ion Caranica and Doru Belimace.By their initials they were named Nicadorii.
The assasination led by the Iron Guard movement and also their constant robberies of stores in the name of the Capitan shows the romanian understanding of fascism , combined with religious and old nationalistic beliefs.
Another great man show by them was Nicolae Iorga ex prime minister and a close friend of the Royal House.

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