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Rumania

România
  • M. Epstein
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

Mihai (Michael), born October 25, 1921, son of King Carol II and Queen Helen, daughter of the late Constantine, King of the Hellenes; proclaimed King in virtue of his father’s renunciation of the succession on the death of his grandfather, King Ferdinand, July 20, 1927, under a Regency. Ceased to be King on his father’s accession, June 8, 1930, when he received the title of Great Voevod of Alba Julia; proclaimed King again on his father’s abdication on September 6, 1940.

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Books of Reference

Rumania.: Statistical and other Books of Reference concerning Rumania.: 1. Official Publications

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