Relapse Into Bondage 1918-1947: the Political Memoirs of Alexandre Cretzianu, Free Romania's Last World Diplomatist Chapter 1 the Fall of Titulescu

Relapse Into Bondage 1918-1947: the Political Memoirs of Alexandre Cretzianu, Free Romania's Last... DOCUMENT SHERMAN DAVID SPECTOR, compiler and editor (Troy, N.Y., U.S.A.) RELAPSE INTO BONDAGE 1918-1947: THE POLITICAL MEMOIRS OF ALEXANDRE CRETZIANU, FREE ROMANIA'S LAST WORLD DIPLOMATIST CHAPTER 1 THE FALL OF TITULESCU An over-heated drawing-room at the Hotel des Bergues in Geneva. A tall man with a small head, smooth but wrinkled, with a slightly Mongoloid aspect, holds forth excitedly in flawless French for the benefit of a handful of assorted Balkan diplomats seated in a respectful semicircle. From time to time his eyes that sparkle with intelligence seem to throw off lightning, as he stresses the main points of his exordium with the wide gestures of the experienced orator. Nicolae Titulescu. Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania, known affectionately as "Titus" to his friends and colleagues, had arrived that very morning in Geneva, coming from Cap Martin where he had just enjoyed one of the numerous holidays with which his political adversaries reproached him. It is March 11, 1936. The tall statesman had rushed hither to take his place on the Council of the League of Nations, urgently called together in extraordinary session following the violation of the Pact of Locarno by Hitler. He had lost no time http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Southeastern Europe Brill

Relapse Into Bondage 1918-1947: the Political Memoirs of Alexandre Cretzianu, Free Romania's Last World Diplomatist Chapter 1 the Fall of Titulescu

Southeastern Europe, Volume 11 (1): 237 – Jan 1, 1984

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© 1984 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0094-4467
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DOCUMENT SHERMAN DAVID SPECTOR, compiler and editor (Troy, N.Y., U.S.A.) RELAPSE INTO BONDAGE 1918-1947: THE POLITICAL MEMOIRS OF ALEXANDRE CRETZIANU, FREE ROMANIA'S LAST WORLD DIPLOMATIST CHAPTER 1 THE FALL OF TITULESCU An over-heated drawing-room at the Hotel des Bergues in Geneva. A tall man with a small head, smooth but wrinkled, with a slightly Mongoloid aspect, holds forth excitedly in flawless French for the benefit of a handful of assorted Balkan diplomats seated in a respectful semicircle. From time to time his eyes that sparkle with intelligence seem to throw off lightning, as he stresses the main points of his exordium with the wide gestures of the experienced orator. Nicolae Titulescu. Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania, known affectionately as "Titus" to his friends and colleagues, had arrived that very morning in Geneva, coming from Cap Martin where he had just enjoyed one of the numerous holidays with which his political adversaries reproached him. It is March 11, 1936. The tall statesman had rushed hither to take his place on the Council of the League of Nations, urgently called together in extraordinary session following the violation of the Pact of Locarno by Hitler. He had lost no time

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Published: Jan 1, 1984

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