Presentation of the great unification on december 1st
The idea of the Unification In the 1st century BC, it appeared to the Geto- lined along the time the Dacians a very famous king, called Burebista, who tumultuous fight of the has managed to unite all the Geto-Dacian tribes through the developing there of a kingdom Romanian people. stretching far beyond the Dniester to the Tisza, the Bug, which is the territory of Dacia, the ancestral heart of the today Romania. Dacia during the king Burebista (82 - 44 BC)
The political union of the Romanian Countries in 1600represents a moment with large significances for our national history.The natural, unitary evolution of the Romanian medieval societywas materialized and fulfilled on the political plan, too, by the presence on the throne of the Romanian Country, Moldova and Transylvania of a single ruler and prince: Michael the Brave. He was the son of his actions, or how beautiful Nicolae Iorga wrote in The History of Michaelthe Brave "Michael was, when hewas found, where he had to be in order to fulfil what the fate has kept for him".
After long debates,on January 5th, 1859,Alexandru Ioan Cuzawas elected as a prince of Moldavia. On January 24th, 1859 Alexandru Ioan Cuza was elected as a ruler of the Romanian Country.
The Romanians achieved the Unification by choosing thesame ruler: Alexandru Ioan Cuza. By the election of AlexandruIoan Cuza, the Romanian Principalities walked firmly on thetrack of modernity. Faced with the accomplished fact, the greatpowers will be forced to recognize the act of January 24th, 1859. The Union of the Principalities (1859)
In 1918 it was celebrated the great dream of the Romanians, theconstituting of the Romanian national state. This was possible due to theblood tribute paid by the Romanians during World War I (1914-1918).
March 27th/April 9th 1916 THE UNIFICATION OF BESSARABIA WITH ROMANIA Bessarabia was the first territorywhose majoritarily Romanian population decided its unification with the Old Kingdom of Romania. On March 27th/April 9th 1918, the Council of the Country, has met in the Assembly Hall of the High School No. 3from Chisinau, voted by 86 votes for and 3 against the Resolution for theUnification of Bessarabia with Romania.The Union Declaration of Bessarabiawith Romania (excerpt): "Bessarabia within its borders between Clădirea unde au avut loc şedinţelethe Prut, the Dniester, the Danube, the Black Sfatului ŢăriiSea ... In the power of the historical rightand of the nation right, in the base of the Romania after the Union with Bessarabiaprinciple that the peoples themselves todecide their fate, henceforth and foreverjoins his mother Romania."
15/28 November 1918 THE UNIFICATION OF BUKOVINA WITH ROMANIA The second territory which has united with Romania was Bukovina. In order to make the Unification proclaimed by theAssembly since 15/28 October 1918in complete legality, it was decidedto convene the General Congress ofBukovina. The General Congress of Bukovina was held on 15/28 November 1918 in Czernowitz, atthe Synod Hall of the Metropolitan Palace. On Iancu Flondors proposal, the Congress voted with an overwhelming majority "The Palatul Mitropolitan din Cernăuţi, unde Congresul unconditional and forever general al Bucovinei a declarat unirea Bucovinei cu România unification of Bukovina in its oldborders to Czernowitz, Colacin and Romania after 15/28 November 1918 Dniester with the Kingdom of Romania".
December 1st 1918 THE UNIFICATION OF TRANSYLVANIA, BANAT, CRISANA AND MARAMURES WITH ROMANIA The last territory which has united with Romania was Transylvania. On Thursday, December 1st, 1918, a number of 1,228 elected delegates gathered in the hall of the military casino from Alba Iulia(The Unification Hall) and other over 100,000 people were gathered on the plateau behind the city, on the place calledtoday Horeas Field . The crowd enthusiastically sang "Awake, Romanian" by Andrei Muresanu and all asked for "Unification or Death!“ TheProclamation of Unification was Alba Iulia - The Unification Hall read by Vasile Goldis. The Great Romania – Decembrie 1st 1918