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Marin Ceauşescu
... Marin Ceauşescu (1916 – December 28, 1989) was a Romanian economist and diplomat, the older brother of Communist Romania's President Nicolae Ceauşescu ... Starting in 1974, Ceauşescu headed the Romanian Economic Agency in Vienna ... Minister, Franz Loschnak, said that Austrian officials suspected that Marin Ceauşescu worked for the Romanian security service ...
Emilio Benavent Escuín
... Emilio Benavent Escuín (April 10, 1914 – January 4, 2008) was a Spanish Bishop of the Roman Catholic Church ... Escuín was born in Valencia, Spain and was ordained a priest on July 18, 1943 ... The Following year Escuín was appointed Coadjutor bishop of the Archdiocese of Granada and Titular bishop of Tiburnia ...
Constantin Pîrvulescu
... eventually, an active opponent of Communist Romania's leader Nicolae Ceauşescu ... the floor advocating against the re-election of Ceauşescu to the party leadership, accusing him of putting personal interests ahead of those of party and nation ... of neglecting the country's real problems, being preoccupied in glorifying Ceauşescu ...
Patriotic Guards (Romania) - History
... after the August 21 Bucharest speech through which Romanian leader Nicolae Ceauşescu condemned the crushing of the Prague Spring by Soviet forces ... Ceauşescu appealed to anti-Soviet sentiments within the general population to ask for resistance against the perceived threat of a similar Soviet maneuver against Romania itself ... During the Romanian Revolution of 1989, Ceauşescu attempted to use them against protesters (notably, in Timişoara) ...
Cătălin Mulţescu
... Cătălin Emanuel Mulţescu, (born in 26 April 1976 in Petroşani) is a Romanian football player for FC Dunărea Călăraşi ... He's the son of former international player and coach Gheorghe Mulţescu ...