Greater Romania - Bukovina


In Bukovina, after occupation by the Romanian Army, a National Council voted for union with Romania. While the Romanian, German, and Polish deputies unanimously voted for union, the Ukrainian deputies (representing 38% of the population according to the 1910 Austrian census) and Jewish deputies did not attend.

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History Of Bukovina - History - Austrian Empire
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History Of Bukovina - Name
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