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Name  Ion Roata
Role  Political figure
Died  February 19, 1882, Campuri, Romania

Ion Creangă - Moș Ion Roată Și Unirea (Lectură)


Ion Roată ([iˈon ˈro̯atə]; also known as Ioan Roată or Moș Ion Roată; 1806 in Câmpuri, Vrancea County – 19 February 1882 in Gura Văii) was a Moldavian, later Romanian peasant and political figure. Roată was representative in the Moldavian ad hoc Divan for the peasant electoral college of Putna County. With Partida Naţională, he supported the election of Alexandru Ioan Cuza as Prince of Moldavia, as well as endorsing his elections in Wallachia (leading to the union of the two Danubian Principalities, which eventually occurred on 24 January 1859). At the same time, he campaigned in favor of land reform in Moldavia and Romania at large.

Ion Roată Mo Ion Roat i Unirea lui CuzaVod Istorie pe scurt

Roată was known for his personal friendship with Domnitor Cuza and his main supporter, Mihail Kogălniceanu; events involving the three of them are present in a series of anecdotes by Ion Creangă.

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Ion Roată Adevarul despre daci Mo Ion Roat ranul cu gdilici la limb
Ion Roată Mo Ion Roat i Unirea cum sa fcut Mica Unire de la 1859 sau
Ion Roată BistritaNews MOS ION ROATA SIMBOLUL UNIRII PRINCIPATELOR ROMANE

References

Ion Roată Wikipedia


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