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Order Of The Star Of Romania - History
1545/1932), King Carol II changed the order of precedence in the Romanian honours system ... (where it had been since 1906) to fourth place (after the Order of Carol I and the Order of Ferdinand I) ... arms were replaced by four heraldic eagles with wings spread, the insignia of King Carol I was placed on the obverse, and the reverse bore the year of its establishment, "1877" ...
Romanian Royal Family - Deceased Members of The Royal Family
... de Roumanie Kreuger Elisabeta-Maria Biarneix King Carol I of Romania Queen Elisabeth of Romania Princess Maria of Romania King Ferdinand of Romania Queen Marie of ...
Line Of Succession To The Former Romanian Throne - Present Situation
... nor are there any undisputed legitimate male-line male descendants of the previous Kings of Romania, there is at present no one from the Romanian Royal Family in the line of succession ... There are male line descendants of King Carol II Prince Paul of Romania (b. 1948), his son Prince Carol Ferdinand of Romania (b ...
Examples - Romania - The Camarilla of King Carol II
... Magda Lupescu, mistress and later wife of King Carol II Puiu Dumitrescu, private secretary of King Carol II (earlier period) Barbu Ionescu, businessman Hugo Bacher Gabriel Marinescu, Bucharest police ...

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