Charlie just lost his mother, and escapes the pain with a trip to Bucharest.
Now the young Moldavian, who holds a Romanian passport and lives in Bucharest, is a “super witness” in the case.
He appointed a Jewish American as consul to Bucharest “for the benefit of the people who are laboring under severe oppression.”
She was brought up in Sighisoara, a Transylvanian fortress town north-west of Bucharest.
Bucharest is no longer the only place to find people like the Pringles.
For the knowledge of the two other cases we are indebted to the kindness of Professor Jounescu of Bucharest.
But God had other plans for His servant, and he never went to Bucharest.
Bucharest was a fortified city, but the Germans carried such guns as no fortifications built by the hand of man could resist.
We must insist on the correction of the mistakes made by the Treaty of Bucharest.
By the peace of Bucharest the Turks retained the right of garrisoning Braila.
Eastern European nation, name taken officially in 1861 at the union of Wallachia and Moldavia, from Latin Romani "people from Rome," which was used to describe the descendants of colonists there from Roman times; see Roman + -ia. In early use often Rumania, or, from French, Roumania. Related: Romanian; Rumanian; Roumanian.
Republic in southeastern Europe on the northeast Balkan Peninsula, bordered by Hungary to the northwest, Ukraine to the northeast, Moldova and the Black Sea to the east, Bulgaria to the south, and the former Yugoslavia to the southwest. Its capital and largest city is Bucharest.
Note: During World War II, Romania was allied to the Axis Powers but joined the Allies in 1944.
Note: Occupied by Soviet troops in 1944, Romania became a people's republic on the model of the Soviet Union in 1947.
Note: A former Eastern Bloc country, Romania was ruled in the 1970s and 1980s by communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu, who was overthrown and executed during a bloody revolution in 1989. (See collapse of communism.)