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Rumania

România
  • S. H. Steinberg
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

For the history and constitution of the principality and kingdom of Rumania from 1859 to 1947, see The Statesman’s Year-Book, 1947, pp. 1187–89.

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Books of Reference concerning Rumania

1. Official Publications Annual Publications

  1. Anuarul Statistical României. (Statistical Annual.) (Rumanian and French.)Google Scholar
  2. Breviarul Statistic al României: Statistical Summary of Rumania (Rumanian and French).Google Scholar
  3. Statistics Agricolǎ a României: Agricultural Statistics of Rumania (Rumanian and French).Google Scholar
  4. Statistica Industriei Extractive: Statistics of Mining (Rumanian and French).Google Scholar
  5. Statistics Prețurilor: Price Statistics (Rumanian and French).Google Scholar
  6. Mişcarea Populației României: Population Movement of Rumania (Rumanian and French).Google Scholar

Monthly Publications

  1. Buletinul Statistic al României: Statistical Bulletin of Rumania (Rumanian and French).Google Scholar
  2. Buletinul Demografic al României: Demographic Bulletin of Rumania (Rumanian and French).Google Scholar
  3. Agreement relative to the entry of Germany into the European Commission of the Danube the accession of Germany and Italy to the Sinaia arrangement of 18 August, 1938, and the amendment of articles 4 and 23 of that arrangement. Bucharest, 1 March, 1939. (Treaty Series No. 37 (1939), Cmd. 6068.) London, 1939.Google Scholar
  4. Arrangement and final protocol relative to the exercise of the powers of the European Commission of the Danube, together with an agreement regarding the privileges and immunities of the personnel of the commission. Sinaia, 18 August, 1938. (Treaty Series No. 38 (1939), Cmd. 6069.) London, 1939.Google Scholar
  5. Armistice Terms with Rumania, September, 1944. Cmd. 6585.Google Scholar
  6. Peace Treaty with Rumania, 10 Feb., 1947. Cmd. 7486.Google Scholar

Non-Official Publications

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  2. Anghelescu (J. N.), Histoire Economique des Roumains. Vol. I. Geneva, 1920.Google Scholar
  3. Bajcsi-Zsilinsky (A.), Transylvania, Past and Future. Geneva, 1944.Google Scholar
  4. Baerlein (Henry), Bessarabia and Beyond. London, 1935.—In Old Rumania. London, 1940.Google Scholar
  5. Beza (Marcu), The Rumanian Church. London, 1943.Google Scholar
  6. Clark (John), Politics and Political Parties in Roumania. London, 1936.Google Scholar
  7. Codrescu (Florin), Comunicatiile feroviare in România. Bucharest, 1934.Google Scholar
  8. Gristoveano (N.), Essai critique sur la politque roumanie en matière de dettes agricoles. Paris, 1934.Google Scholar
  9. Enciclopedia Românili. 4 vols. Bucharest, 1938–43.Google Scholar
  10. Fleure (H. J.) and Petham (R. A.) (editors), Eastern Carpathian Studies: Roumania, London, 1936.Google Scholar
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  12. Giurescu (C. C.), Istoria Românilor. 3 vols. Bucharest, 1937.Google Scholar
  13. Ghyka (Prince Matila), A Documented Chronology of Roumanian History from Prehistoric Times to the Present Day. Oxford, 1941.Google Scholar
  14. Hiclscher (K.), Rumania: Landscape, Buildings, National Life. Leipzig, 1933.Google Scholar
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  18. Mitrany (D.), The Land and the Peasant Reform in Rumania. New York, 1930.Google Scholar
  19. Pizanty (M.), Petroleum in Roumania. Bucharest, 1930.—Le pétrole en Roumanie. Bucharest, 1935.Google Scholar
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  21. Rothmann (M.), Die Getreidewirtschaft Rumäniens. Berlin, 1940.Google Scholar
  22. Ruffini (Mario), La Romania. Milano, 1939.Google Scholar
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  24. Sburlan (D. A.) and Tonescu (G. T.), Leseonditionsforestières de la Roumanie. Bucharest 1934.Google Scholar
  25. Schmidt (E.), Die verfassungsrechtliche und politische Struktur des Rumänischen Staates in ihrer historischen Entwicklung. Munich, 1932.Google Scholar
  26. Seton-Watson (R. W.), A History of the Roumanians from Roman Times to the Completion of Unity. London, 1934.Google Scholar
  27. Severin (E.), Le pétrole en Roumanie. Bucharest, 1932.Google Scholar
  28. Sotronie (G.), La Positiou Internationale de la Roumanie. Bucharest, 1938.Google Scholar
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