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  Bucharest
Bucharest (Romanian: Bucureşti) is the capital city and industrial and commercial centre of Romania, located in the southeast of the country, on the Dâmboviţa river.
During the 18th century the possession of Bucharest was frequently disputed by the Turks, Austrians and Russians.
Bucharest is the most economically-developed and industrialised city in Romania, producing around 21% of the country's GDP and about one-quarter of its industrial production, while only accounting for 9% of the country's population.
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  Treaty of Bucharest - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Treaty of Bucharest, 1886 - March 3, 1886, at the end of the war between Serbia and Bulgaria
Treaty of Bucharest, 1913 - August 10, 1913, at the end of the Second Balkan War
Treaty of Bucharest, 1916 - August 4, 1916, the treaty of alliance between Romania and Entente (France, England, Russia and Italy)
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 Treaty of Bucharest, 1913 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Treaty of Bucharest was concluded on August 10, 1913, by the delegates of Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia, Montenegro, and Greece.
Her net gains in territory, which embraced a portion of Macedonia, including the town of Strumica, Western Thrace, and 70 miles of the Aegean littoral, were about 9,663 square miles, and her population was increased by 129,490.
While Serbia, Greece, and Romania can not escape a large share of the blame for the character of the treaty, it should not be forgotten that their action at Bucharest was in large measure due to the settlement forced upon the Balkan States by the great powers at the London conferences.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Treaty of Bucharest
Bucharest (Romanian: Bucureşti) is the capital city and industrial and commercial centre of Romania, located in the southeast of the country, on the Dâmboviţa river.
Categories: Disambiguation Treaty of Bucharest of 1812 was signed on 28 May 1812 by the Ottoman Empire and the Russian Empire, at the end of the Russian-Turkish war (1806-1812).
De Ruyter was born in 1607 in Flushing, son of a beer porter, and became a sailor at the age of 11 in 1618.
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 Bucharest   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Bucharest (population 2.3 million, Romanian: Bucureşti) is the capital city and industrial and commercial centre of Romania, located in the southeast of the country, on the Dâmboviţa river.
During the 18th century the possession of Bucharest was frequently disputed by the Turks, Austrians and Russians.
Bucharest boasts the largest transport network in Romania, and one of the largest in the Central and Eastern Europe region.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Treaty of Bucharest, 1913
Treaty of Bucharest of 1812 was signed on 28 May 1812 by the Ottoman Empire and the Russian Empire, at the end of the Russian-Turkish war (1806-1812).
A French caricature on the treaty: the Kaiser points a dagger at a woman (Romania), while showing her the Peace Treaty Delegates at the Peace of Bucharest The Treaty of Bucharest was a peace treaty which was signed on May 7, 1918 forced by Germany to the Romanian side.
Her net gains in territory, which embraced a portion of Macedonia, including the town of Strumnitza, Western Thrace, and 70 miles of the Aegean littoral, were about 9,663 square miles, and her population was increased by 129,490.
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 Brest Litovsk Treaty Of: Free Encyclopedia Articles at Questia.com Online Library   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
In 843 came the once famous "Treaty of Verdun" which was practically the end of the Frankish...question was still troubling the peace of Europe.
The Treaty of Verdun was, of course, a mere breathing-spell between...
...tion and economic sections of the Treaty of Peace --clauses vital to the interest...that the atmosphere in which the Treaty of Versailles was made was free from...law, such as the breach of the Treaty of Neutrality in favor of Belgium...
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 Bucharest   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Bucharest is situated on the banks of the Dâmboviţa River, a tributary of the Danube.
Bucharest is the most economically-developed and industrialised city in Romania, producing around 21% of the country's GDP and about one-quarter of its industrial production, while only accounting for 9% of the country's population{{refGDP}}.
Bucharest is also the main node of Romania's national road network, being the origin of most of the country's national roads and expressways, which link the city to all of Romania's major cities as well as to neighbouring countries such as Hungary, Bulgaria and Ukraine.
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 Macedonian Heritage - Opinion: “Annulment of the 1913 Balkan Peace Treaty” by Georgios Kapopoulos   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
The status quo was re-established with the Treaty of Neigy in 1919 and the re-establishment of Yugoslavia as a federation in 1944.
For decades the map drawn up in Bucharest in 1913 constituted the common denominator in Athens-Belgrade vital interests in spite of occasional friction between the two sides and irrespective of any changes in regime.
The unity of ethnically homogenous states seen as a guarantee of stability and in whose name the revision of the Balkan map has been proposed, does not constitute a solution for the region.
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 First World War.com - Primary Documents - Treaty of Bucharest, 7 May 1918: Articles 10-12
Immediately after the signing of the peace treaty, more detailed provisions will be entered into between the two Powers with regard to the determination of the thalweg; the delimitation described in paragraph b will be made in the autumn of 1918 at low-water mark.
Roumania agrees that her frontier be given a rectification in favour of Austria-Hungary in such manner that the new frontier traced in red ink upon the map annexed to the treaty shall henceforth have the following course: the new frontier begins at the railway cutting to the west of Turn-Severin, south of Dudasu.
A "creeping barrage" is an artillery bombardment in which a 'curtain' of artillery fire moves toward the enemy ahead of the advancing troops and at the same speed as the troops.
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 Bucharest - Romania Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
The region where Bucharest is now located was once covered by the Vlăsiei forest, which, after it was cleared, gave way to a fertile flatland.
Bucharest's seven hills are: Mihai Vodă, Patriarhiei, Radu Vodă, Cotroceni, Spirei, Văcăreşti and Sf.
The population greatly increased in the last two centuries with Bucharest growing importance, partially due to urbanization of Romanians, who, until the 19th century were mostly farmers, predominantly living in rural areas.
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 Bucharest - Article from FactBug.org - the fast Wikipedia mirror site
Bucharest (population 2.3 million, Romanian: Bucureşti) is the capital city and industrial and commercial centre of Romania, located in the southeast of the country, on the Dâmboviţa river.
Bucharest is first mentioned under its present name as a residence in 1459 of the Walachian prince Vlad Ţepeş (Vlad the Impaler).
Bucharest boasts the largest transport network in Romania, and one of the largest in the Central and Eastern Europe region.
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 Romania Mission - About Romania   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
The peace treaty of Bucharest (1913) marked the end of that conflict and under its provisions Southern Dobrudja - the Quadrilateral (the Durostor and Caliacra counties) became part of Romania.
Romania was compelled to follow in the steps of her Russian ally, because on the Moldavian front the Romanian troops were interspersed with the Russian ones and it was impossible for combat to continue on one area of the front and for peace to settle on another front area, and so on.
The international peace treaties of 1919-1920 signed at Neuilly, Saint-Germain, Trianon and Paris, established the new European realities and also sanctioned the union of the provinces that were inhabited by Romanians into one single state (295,042 square kilometres, with a population of 15.5 million).
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 AllRefer.com - Bucharest, Romania (Romanian Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
In 1698 the city became the capital of Walachia under Constantine Brancovan; after the union (1859) of Walachia and Moldavia it was made (1861) the capital of Romania.
The Treaty of Bucharest (1913) stripped Bulgaria of its conquests in the Second Balkan War (see Balkan Wars).
Bucharest served as headquarters of the Cominform from 1948 to 1956.
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 Treaty of London, 1913   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
The Treaty of London was convened in May 1913 to deal with territorial adjustments arising out of the conclusion of the First Balkan War.
The Treaty had convened in London following an international conference which had opened in there in December 1912, in light of a declaration of independence by Albania on November 28, 1912.
A final peace was agreed at the Treaty of Bucharest on August 12, 1913.
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 Bucharest, Romania trance mp Bucharest, Romania
Bucharest is the capital city and industrial and commercial centre of Romania, located in the southeast of the country, on the Dmboviţa river.
Bucharest is first mentioned under its present name as a residence in 1459 of the Walachian prince Vlad Ţepeş (Vlad the Impaler).
Based on the fact that Bucharest produces around 21% of Romanian GDP for a population of around 2 milion, the GDP (PPP) per capita would be US$17,400.
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 Bucharest - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Bucharest (Romanian Bucureşti), capital and largest city of Romania, located in the southeastern part of the country.
By the terms of the Treaty of Bucharest (1812), Russia annexed the region of Bessarabia (Bessarabiya) from Moldavia.
It is situated on a plain in the southeastern part of the country, north of the Danube River.
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 Treaty of Bucharest, 1913 Information
The Treaty of Bucharest was concluded on August 10, 1913, by the delegates of Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia, Montenegro, and Greece.
Her net gains in territory, which embraced a portion of Macedonia, including the town of Strumica, Western Thrace, and 70 miles of the Aegean littoral, were about 9,663 square miles, and her population was increased by 129,490.
While Serbia, Greece, and Romania can not escape a large share of the blame for the character of the treaty, it should not be forgotten that their action at Bucharest was in large measure due to the settlement forced upon the Balkan States by the great powers at the London conferences.
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 First World War.com - Who's Who - Ion IC Bratianu
The Treaty of Bucharest (1913) brought an end to this conflict, although the much larger Great War was shortly to follow.
The summer of 1917 saw a number of significant Romanian battles: at Marasti, Marasesti and Oituz; which as a consequence obliged the Central Powers to abort their attempt to defeat Romania outright by occupying the remainder of her territory, thereby forcing her out of the war.
The terms of the Allied-German armistice saw the Treaty of Bucharest formally revoked (along with the Russian Treaty of Brest-Litovsk).
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 List of treaties - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Scotland, France and Norway forge the first treaty for mutual self-defence.
Defines the bounderies of the Spanish and the Portuguese colonies in South America, replacing the Treaty of Tordesillas.
Peace treaty between Ethiopia and Italy, subsequently disputed.
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 Bucharest on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Bucharest to be home to largest retail center in Central and Eastern Europe.
Bucharest mayor touts foreign investments as development pillar for city.
Rapid Bucharest draws 1-1 with Steaua Bucharest in UEFA Cup.
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 Bucharest - Ratings and Reviews of Bucharest, Romania.
Bucharest is the capital of Romania and is also the commercial/industrial center of the country.
Bucharest is also the site of many treaty signings including the Treaty of Bucharest in 1913, at the end of the Second Balkan War.
Bucharest is home to the Palatul Parlamentului, the world’s second largest office building after the Pentagon.
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 Treaty of Bucharest, 1918 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A French caricature on the treaty: the Kaiser points a dagger at a woman (Romania), while showing her the Peace Treaty.
The Treaty of Bucharest was a peace treaty which the German Empire forced Romania to sign on May 7, 1918.
Romania had to cede Southern Dobruja (the Cadrilater) and the southern part of Northern Dobruja (the so-called Mangalia Strip) to Bulgaria, while the rest of the provice remained unter the joint control of the Central Powers
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 FOREIGN POLICY [1897-1922]
After the Treaty of Bucharest in 1913 the fate of northern Epirus was still pending, which along with the Archipelago islands, was already under the control of the Greek army.
On 4/17 December 1913 the Florence protocol has been signed adjudging the whole of northern Epirus to Albania, whereas Greece projected the issue of securing individual, educational and religious rights for the Greek population there.
The composition of the population of northern Epirus, which consisted according to official Greek estimations mostly of Greek-speaking or Albanian-and Vlach-speaking populations of Greek consciousness, but also the fact of the occupation of the Greek army gave a boost to the claim for self-determination.
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 The Balkins Wars and World war 1 - Bulgarian Reformation - Bringing the Reformation to Bulgaria!
The government position weakened further when the Treaty of Bucharest, which divided the territory of defeated Romania among the central powers, left part of the disputed Romanian territory of Dobruja outside Bulgarian control.
In the Treaty of Neuilly-sur-Seine (November 1919), Thrace was awarded to Greece, depriving Bulgaria of access to the Aegean Sea.
The treaty limited the postwar Bulgarian Army to a small volunteer force; Yugoslavia, Romania, and Greece were to receive reparations in industrial and agricultural goods; and the victorious Allies were to receive monetary reparations for the next thirty-seven years.
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 Bulgaria - The Second Balkan War
The Treaty of London that had ended the first war stipulated only that the Balkan powers resolve existing claims among themselves.
The Bulgarians, having had the greatest military success, demanded compensation on that basis; the Serbs and Greeks demanded adjustment of the 1912 treaty of alliance to ensure a balance of Balkan powers; and the Romanians demanded territorial reward for their neutral position in the first war.
The Treaty of Bucharest (1913) allowed Bulgaria to retain only very small parts of Macedonia and Thrace; Greece and Serbia divided the rest, humiliating Bulgarian territorial claims and canceling the gains of the First Balkan War (see fig.
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 895-2Treaties   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Treaty of London, 6 July 1827 for the Pacification of Greece
Treaty of Peace between Greece and Turkey, Constantinople, 4 December 1897, [in French]
Treaty of Athens, 14 November 1913, (Israel 1967, vol.
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Their devotion to the Greek national cause led the Bulgarians to call them 'Graikomans', that is, fanatical Greeks.The reward for the efforts and sacrifices of the participans in the Macedonian Struggle came with the victorious Balkan Wars of 1912-13, by which Macedonia shook off the Ottoman yoke that had lain upon it for five centuries.
The Treaty of Bucharest (10 August 1913) finally fixed the frontiers of the Balkan states in Macedonia.
However, this raised such an outcry in the country -not to mention the fact that Serbia reacted by repudiating the Greco-Serbian treaty of alliance of 1913- that the Greek Parliament refused to ratify the protocol and the League of Nations relieved Greece of the obligations she had undertaken by it.
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