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National Exhibit
National Exhibit
Nicolae Ceausescu
Between 1965 and 1989, Ceausescu (1918-1989) was leader of the Romanian Communist Party and, after 1967, head of state.
Monica Lovinescu
The most important figure of Romanian exile during the communist period Lovinescu (1923-2008) was a keen analyst of the communist experience in Romania and of totalitarian movements.
Gheorghe Gheorghiu-Dej
First secretary of the Central Committee of the R.C.P. and first vice-president and president of the Council of Ministers (1948-1952; 1952-1955), Gheorghiu-Dej (1901-1965) was president of the state council until his death.
Ion Iliescu
After the 1989 Revolution, Iliescu ( born 1930) became the leader of the National Salvation Front, the organization that came into power in Romania in the aftermath of the communist regime’s demise.
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Location:  Eastern Europe
Capital:  Bucharest
Communist Rule:  1947 – 1989
Status:  Fall of Ceausescu - 22.12.1989
Victims of Communism:
435 000