History Timeline of Romania

History Timeline of Romania
Important Romanian people, dates and events
The ancient Kingdom of Romania was called Dacia
States of Transylvania, Wallachia & Moldavia
Vlad the Impaler and Transylvania
Romania joins Warsaw Pact
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      The indigenous population of Romania were the Slavic tribes:
- 'West Slavs' tribes were the Poles, the Czechs and the Slovaks
- 'East Slavs' tribes consisted of Russians, Ukrainians and Belarusian's
- 'South Slavs' tribes consisted of Bulgarians,  Romanian, Croats, Macedonians Serbs and Slovenians
The ancient Kingdom of Romania was called Dacia
 
         
    650 BC Information about the Dacians is first documented by the Greeks  
         
    15 BC The Romans had begun to extend their empire to include Dacia which was re-named as Romania  
         
    0 The birth of Jesus Christ  
         
    33 AD Crucifixion of Jesus in the Roman province of Jerusalem and the origin of Christianity  
         
    50 AD 50-100AD - The spread of Christianity  
         
    103 AD 103-105AD The Roman provinces of Moesia Superior and Dacia were connected by a bridge over the Danube for Emperor Trajan  
         
    395 395 to 1453 - The Byzantine Empire or Eastern Roman Empire was the eastern section of the Roman Empire, with its capital at Constantinople. The Byzantine Empire was called the Roman Empire or, in later centuries, Romania
Romania was made up of a number of small states, including Transylvania, Wallachia & Moldavia, each with an independent ruler
 
         
    1428 Vlad Tepes (Vlad the Impaler), the son of Vlad Dracul (Vlad the Dragon), is born  
         
    1463 Vlad Dracula the Impaler becomes Prince of Wallachia  
         
    1443 Vlad the Impaler is taken hostage by the Turks  
         
    1451 Vlad the Impaler flees to Transylvania  
         
    1476 Vlad the Impaler is assassinated. In 1897 "Dracula" by Bram Stoker is published in England  
         
    1703 1703-1711 War, led by the Prince of Transylvania, against the Habsburgs failed  
         
    1859 The modern Romania was born when the principalities of Moldavia and Wallachia merged  
         
    1895 October 1: Romanians in Constantinople were massacred  
         
    1914 Outbreak of WWI Romania fights on Allied side  
         
    1916 August 28: Germany declared war on Romania  
         
    1916 September 1: Bulgaria declared war on Romania  
         
    1938 King Carol II establishes dictatorship
1938 - 1940 Germany raise treaties in Munich and Vienna in which Southern Slovakia and Northern Transylvania were returned to Hungary
 
         
    1939 September: World War 2 starts  
         
1940 Soviet Union delivered an ultimatum to Romania and 2 days later occupied Bessarabia and North Bukovina
         
    1941 Romania fights on German side against Soviet Union  
         
    1945 August The United States dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki
The Allies of World War II defeat Germany
 
         
    1947 Romania regains Transylvania. King Michael abdicates. Romanian People's Republic proclaimed  
         
    1955 Romania joins Warsaw Pact  
         
    1965 Nicolae Ceausescu becomes Romanian Communist Party leader  
         
    1989 The reign of Romanian president Nicolae Ceausescu was ended with an uprising  
         
History Timeline of Romania

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