Constantin Antoniade

Historian, Deceased Person

1880 – 1954

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Who was Constantin Antoniade?

Constantin Antoniade was a Romanian jurist, writer, historian, philosopher and diplomat.

As a historian he was a concerned mainly with the Renaissance. He also translated works of John Ruskin and Thomas Carlyle into Romanian.

He participated in the Paris Peace Conference of 1919 as juridical expert. As a diplomat he was Romanian representative to the League of Nations from 1928 to 1936. After the Communist regime took power in Romania, Constantin Antoniade received the authorization from Iuliu Maniu and Dinu Brătianu to make contacts in the western countries on behalf of the Romanian Liberal Party and the National Peasants' Party.

In 1948, Constantin Antoniade served as member of the Directing Committee of the Association for the Help of Romanian Refugees CAROMAN, created in Paris founded by Nicholas Caranfil as a representative of the Free Romanian Red Cross. The other members of the committee were Raoul Bossy, Mihai Răuț and Dan Geblescu.

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1880
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Died
1954
Paris

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on July 23, 2013

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