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The Kinrick o Romanie (Romanie: Regatul României) wis a constitutional monarchy which existit atween 13 Mairch 1881 an 30 December 1947, specified bi the first three Constitutions o Romanie (1866, 1923, 1938).

Kinrick o Romanie
Regatul României
1881–1947
Motto: Nihil Sine Deo
"Nothing wioot God"
Anthem: Trăiască Regele
"Lang live the Keeng"
The Kinrick o Romanie in 1939.
The Kinrick o Romanie in 1939.
Caipital Bucharest
(1881–1916 / 1918–1947)
Iași
(1916–1918)
Common leids Romanie[1]
Releegion Romanie Orthodox
Govrenment Constitutional monarchy (1881–1938, 1944-1947)
Militar dictatorship (1941-1944)
Single-pairty fascist state (1938-1941)
Keeng  
• 1881–1914
Carol I
• 1914–1927
Ferdinand I
• 1927–1930
Michael I (1st reign)
• 1930–1940
Carol II
• 1940–1947
Michael I (2nt reign)
Prime Meenister  
• 1881
Ion Brătianu (first)
• 1940–1944
Ion Antonescu[a]
• 1946–1947
Petru Groza (last)
Legislatur Pairlament
Senate
Chamber o Deputies
Historical era Belle Époque / Warld War I / Interwar period / Warld War II
14 Mairch 1881
4 Juin 1920
29 Mairch 1923
23 August 1944
12 September 1944
30 December 1947
Aurie
1915[b] 138,000 km2 (53,000 sq mi)
1940[b][c] 295,049 km2 (113,919 sq mi)
Population
• 1915[b]
7900000
• 1940[b][c]
20058378
Currency Romanie Leu
ISO 3166 code RO
Precedit bi
Succeedit bi
Unitit Principalities
Bessarabia Govrenorate
Bukovina
Transylvanie
Partium
Kinrick o Bulgarie
Socialist Republic o Romanie
Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic
Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic
Kinrick o Bulgarie
The day pairt o  Bulgarie
 Moldovae
 Romanie
 Ukraine
a. ^ Wis formally declared Conducător (leeterally, "Leader") o the state on 6 September 1940, bi a ryal decree which consecratit a ceremonial role for the monarch.[2]
b. ^ Area and population according to Ioan Suciu, Istoria contemporana a României (1918–2005).[3]
c. ^ The indicator for the localities o Romanie (1941).[4]

ReferencesEedit

  1. "Constitutiunea din 1923" (in Romanian). Legislatie pentru Democratie. Retrieved 19 September 2011. 
  2. Dennis Deletant, Hitler's Forgotten Ally: Ion Antonescu and His Regime, Romania, 1940–1944, Palgrave Macmillan, London, 2006. ISBN 1-4039-9341-6
  3. Ioan Scurtu (2005). "Istoria contemporana a României (1918-2005)" (in Romanian). Bucharest. Retrieved 19 September 2011. 
  4. Institutul Central de Statistică (1943). "Indicatorul localităților din România" (PDF) (in Romanian). Retrieved 20 October 2015. 

Coordinates: 44°25′N 26°06′E / 44.417°N 26.100°E / 44.417; 26.100