A death in Romania

Photo by Valentin Mandache.

Market analyst and historian Valentin Mandache writes a blog about period buildings and architecture in Romania. He took this photo at a Bucharest cemetery, and here’s what he writes about it:

http://historo.wordpress.com/2012/06/27/great-war-era-us-army-soldiers-gravestone-in-bellu-cemetery-bucharest/

The photo was reposted by historian Diana Mandache, who blogs about the history of European royalty, especially Romania, that has many interesting posts related to World War I and the Paris Peace Conference in 1919.  Here’s her link:

http://royalromania.wordpress.com/

Blogger Griff has more about the American Relief Mission, with letters and diary entries from agronomist Harry Vaughan Harlan, who traveled across Europe in 1919 to study wheat production for the American Relief Administration. Here’s his link:

http://ara1919.wordpress.com/about/

 

 

 

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