Wallachian

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Bulgarian Lands Across The Danube - First Bulgarian Empire
... that the Second Bulgarian Empire ruled at least nominally the Wallachian lands up to the Rucăr–Bran corridor as late as the late 14th century ... In a charter by Radu I, the Wallachian voivode requests that tsar Ivan Alexander of Bulgaria order his customs officers at Rucăr and the Dâmboviţa River bridge to collect tax following the law ... though Radu's imperative tone hints at a strong and increasing Wallachian autonomy ...
Battle Of Dragashani - Context
... At the same time, Ypsilantis clashed with the Wallachian Pandur leader Tudor Vladimirescu, who was ultimately executed by the Etaireia and its remaining Wallachian ...
Romanian Jews - Early 19th Century
... campaign in the Balkans established communities in Wallachian-ruled Oltenia ... During the Greek War of Independence, which signalled the Wallachian uprising of 1821 and the Danubian Principalities' occupation by Filiki Eteria troops under Alexander Ypsilantis, Jews were victims of pogroms and ... Before the Revolutions of 1848, which found their parallel in the Wallachian revolution, many restrictive laws against the Jews had been enacted although they had some destructive effects, they were ...
Wallachian Revolution Of 1848 - Origins
... by Russia and the Ottomans, instead of being elected by the Wallachian Assembly ... influence on a younger generation of activists, both Wallachian and Moldavian ... who would first explicitly publicize the demands for national independence and Moldo-Wallachian unification, which it included in a wider agenda of political reforms and European solidarity ...
Constantin Daniel Rosenthal - Biography - Wallachian Revolution
1848, soon after the Provisional Government took hold, Rosenthal applied for Wallachian citizenship (in theory, Romanian - as the new administrative body indicated its goal ... "I never would have thought that I could be as Wallachian as I am now" ...