Ion Antonescu (Q152030)

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prime minister and conducător of Romania during World War II, executed for war crimes (1882-1946)
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Ion Antonescu
prime minister and conducător of Romania during World War II, executed for war crimes (1882-1946)

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    Ion Victor Antonescu (Romanian)
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    Vous ne m'avez pas tué, messieurs, tirez encore ! (French)
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    Romania, an ally of Nazi Germany from 1940 to 1944, had a Jewish population of about 757,000 before World War II. Extreme antisemitic tendencies, long evident in the country, escalated on the eve of the war.In June 1941, in the weeks following the invasion of the USSR by Nazi Germany and the Romanian army (under the dictatorship of Ion Antonescu), the Romanian army, with the partial cooperation of Einsatzgruppe D and some of the local population, massacred 100,000-120,000 of the Jewish population of Bessarabia and North Bukovina (areas annexed by the USSR from Romania in June 1940). The slaughter was carried out on the orders of Marshal Ion Antonescu, the fascist dictator of Romania. (English)
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