Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 85. Chapters: Bukovina Germans, Romanian people of German descent, Transylvanian Saxons, Hermann Oberth, Corneliu Zelea Codreanu, Grigore Cugler, Herta Müller, List of Transylvanian Saxon localities, Klaus Iohannis, Banat Swabians, Arthur Arz von Straussenburg, Johannes Kelpius, Artur Phleps, Biserica Neagra, Ion Gheorghe Maurer, Franz-Joseph Müller von Reichenstein, János Mattis-Teutsch, Lothar Radaceanu, Ewald Heer, Nicolae Breban, Peter Maffay, Waldemar von Baußnern, Emil Bodnaras, German Party, Eduard Neumann, Otto Antonius, Hildegard Puwak, Expulsion of Germans from Romania after World War II, Henric Trenk, Friedrich von Bömches, Maximilian von Götzen-Itúrbide, Peter Herbolzheimer, Albert Streit, Helmuth Duckadam, Alfred Eisenbeisser, Josef Posipal, Johannes Honter, Hagen Rether, Richard Wagner, Gerhard Poschner, Károly Molter, Democratic Forum of Germans in Romania, Michael Gottlieb Agnethler, Hannah Monyer, Adolph Bachmeier, Marcus Fronius, Hermann Kövess von Kövessháza, Anneli Ute Gabanyi, Hans-Hartwig Trojer, Stamp, Steve Holmes, Constantin Schumacher, Themistocles Gluck, Oskar Pastior, Friedrich Grünanger, Edda Buding, Karl Storck, Mite Kremnitz, Rudolf Bürger, Johann Sommer, Michael Klein, Wilhelm Knechtel, Samuel von Brukenthal, Stephan Ludwig Roth, Bálint Bakfark, Carl Filtsch, Conrad Haas, Otto Krappan, Johann Michael Ackner, Anton Weissenbacher, Michael Weiß, Shantel, Iancu Sasul, Ovidiu Gant, Ralph Gunesch, Hans Fronius, Hanno Höfer, Transylvanian Saxon language, Germans of Romania, Anna Elisabet Weirauch, Dobrujan Germans, German People's Party, Herbert Müller, Norbert von Hannenheim, Oscar Walter Cisek, Transylvanian Landler, Regat Germans, Matthias Fronius, Martin Fabi, Sebastian Kräuter, Adalbert Püllöck, Berta Bock, Stephan Bergler, Thomas Christian Adam, Wilhelm Georg Berger, Erlend Krauser, Arnold Graffi, Franz Friedrich Fronius, Christian Schesaus, Zipser Germans, Willi Heidel, Günter Fronius, Hans Hermannstädter, Astrid Fodor, Dieter Acker, Elisabeth Axmann, Sibiu Lutheran Cathedral, Diploma Andreanum, Satu Mare Swabians, List of Transylvanian Saxons, Landsmannschaft der Siebenbürger Sachsen in Deutschland, Andreas Fronius. Excerpt: Corneliu Zelea Codreanu (Romanian pronunciation:; born Corneliu Zelinski and commonly known as Corneliu Codreanu; September 13, 1899 - November 30, 1938) was a Romanian politician of the far right, the founder and charismatic leader of the Iron Guard or The Legion of the Archangel Michael (also known as the Legionary Movement), an ultra-nationalist and violently antisemitic organization active throughout most of the interwar period. Generally seen as the main variety of local fascism, and noted for its mystical and Romanian Orthodox-inspired revolutionary message, it grew into an important actor on the Romanian political stage, coming into conflict with the political establishment and the democratic forces, and often resorting to terrorism. The Legionaries traditionally referred to Codreanu as Capitanul ("The Captain"), and he held absolute authority over the organization until his death. Codreanu, who began his career in the wake of World War I as an anticommunist and antisemitic agitator associated with A. C. Cuza and Constantin Pancu, was a co-founder of the National-Christian Defense League and assassin of the Iasi Police prefect Constantin Manciu. Codreanu left Cuza to found a succession of movements on the far right, rallying around him a growing segm.
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