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Morisena nr. 1 (21)/2021

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TOMONI, Dumitru

TOMONI, Dumitru

TOMONI, Dumitru TraianTOMONI, Dumitru Traian
Data nașterii:
2 februarie 1956.
Studii și activitate de formare:
22-27.07.2019 – Școala de vară, Gastronomie, dinamici istorice și identități sociale, Sibiu, 10 credite
19-24.07.2018 – Școala de vară, România de acum 100 de ani, România de peste 100 de ani. Imaginând bicentenarul, Arad, 10 credite
21-26.07.2017 – Școala de vară, Marele Război: Trăiri, memorii, consecințe, Târgu Mureș, 10 credite
14-21.06.2016 – Integrarea tehnologiilor IT în procesul didactic, organizat de CCD Timiș
18-23.07. 2016 – Școala de vară, Modernitatea românească în secolele XIX-XXI. Proiecte de țară-Patrimoniu-Istorie-Educație, Agapia-Neamț, 10 credite

Dascăli bănățeni la Alba Iulia (partea a IV-a): Ioan Bacău (1887-1948), Victor Bârlea (1882-1959) și Traian Mihailovici (1867-1927)

Abstract: A distinct professional category with remarkable achievements in educating the people and raising their national awareness was that of the teachers. At the end of 1918, teachers played a major role in organising the Romanian councils and National Guards, as well as the meetings for the selection of the delegates who were to decide the destiny of Banat. Many teachers were delegated to vote for the union of Transylvania with its motherland at the Great National Assembly of Alba Iulia. Among others, Ioan Bacău, Victor Bârlea and Traian Mihailovici were chosen to vote for the Great Union, in recognition of their merits as teachers and outstanding members of their communities.

Dascăli bănățeni la Alba Iulia (Partea a II-a): Dr. Petru Barbu (1864-1941)

Abstract: Petru Barbu (1864-1941), professor, manager, journalist, was born in Lugoj, on 7 May 1864, in a rich family of tradesmen and merchants. He attended the primary school in Lugoj and the secondary school in Beiuș, Blaj and Braşov. He studied theology in Cernăuţi, Graz and Berlin. He was a professor at the Theological Institute of Caransebeş (1892-1936), an editor of “Foaia diecezană” (1892-1908). He wrote religious schoolbooks. He was the founder and manager of Banca Poporală (People’s Bank) in Caransebeș, as well as a member of the High National Romanian Council.

Dascăli bănățeni la Alba Iulia (Partea I): Ion Simion Caba (1871-1943)

Abstract: Ion Simion Caba (1871–1943), teacher and headmaster, was born on 23 April 1871, in Chişinău Criş Village, Arad County, to a family of peasants. He attended the primary school in his native village and the secondary school in Beiuş (1882-1886) and the Teachers Training School in Arad (1887-1890). He was a teacher in Curtici (1890-1891) and Curtea (1891-1919), and a teacher and headmaster of the All-Girls School in Lugoj (1919-1928). He also taught at “Coriolan Brediceanu” High School in Lugoj (1928-1932). He was brought to trial for political reasons 23 times and in the First World War, on 29 February 1916, he was recruited into the army and sent to the front. Teacher Ion Caba enjoyed great prestige among the inhabitants of Curtea, where he lived for nearly 30 years. He was the representative of both the religious community and the Ploughmen’s Reunion of Singers of Curtea at the Great National Assembly of Alba Iulia.

Catedrala ortodoxă română din Timișoara, în decembrie 1989, adevăr și mistificare

Abstract: On 17 December 1989, the Cathedral was one of the hot areas of the city that the repressive forces placed under a state of siege. By 10 p.m., 12 people died and 34 had gunshot wounds. On 18 December, three young people were killed on the steps of the Cathedral and five were wounded. The tragic events of that day led to tendentious interpretations. For the sake of sensational news or to tarnish the image of the Romanian Orthodox Church, it was said that on that day the doors of the Cathedral were closed to prevent the young people from entering the holy establishment. The reality was different: the doors were open and many demonstrators took refuge from the bullets in the Cathedral. On 20 December, the locals occupied the area between the Cathedral and the Opera and remained there until the victory of the Revolution, when they listened to the Proclamation of the Romanian Democratic Front and received the long-awaited message that dictator Ceaușescu had been overthrown.

Despărțământul Sânnicolau Mare al „Astrei” în perioada 1898-1918

Abstract: At Coriolan Brediceanu’s proposal, the Central Committee of ASTRA assigned lawyer Nestor Oprean the task to convene the assembly for the setting up of Sânnicolau Mare Branch on 8/20 September 1898. The branch included the Romanian localities in the administrative units Chichinda Mare, Canija, Periam, Sânnicolau Mare, Jimbolia, Becei and the town of Chichinda Mare. Unfortunately, after the initial enthusiasm, the branch fell short of the expectations, as specified in the reports of the Central Committee in Sibiu.

Bănățeni participanți la Marea Unire, victime ale regimului comunist

Abstract: Among the victims of the communist regime that was established in Romania in 1948 were many supporters of Greater Romania, such as: Greek-Catholic Bishop Valeriu Traian Frențiu (who died at Sighet), senator Victor Feneșiu (who died at the Danube-Black Sea Canal), lawyer Liviu Cigărean (who died in Văcărești Prison), politician Coriolan Băran and canon Nicolae Brânzeu (imprisoned at Sighet), lawyer and journalist Aurel Cosma jr., lawyer Iuliu Coste and socialist Traian Novac (arrested), priest Avram Corcea, professor Teodor Bucurescu and lawyer Nicolae Imbroane (were arrested, deported or had compulsory residence).

Avram Ciocoiu – Mărturii despre Marea Unire

Abstract: Priest Avram Ciocoiu of Vucova was among the 1228 delegates who on 1 December 1918 voted for the unconditional Union of Transylvania, Banat, Crişana and Maramureş with Romania. Despite the hostile attitude of the Serbian troops of occupation, the priest managed to go to Alba Iulia. On 6 December 1918, when he returned home, a Slovak denounced him to the Serbian captain of the locality for hostile behaviour toward the Serbians. Only the mayor’s firm intervention saved the priest.

Făgetul în marele război

Abstract: The Great War had disastrous effects on the rural population in the Făget area because of the numerous material difficulties it caused and the intensification of the denationalisation policy promoted by the Hungarian authorities.



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