Tomb of Vlad the Impaler may have been found in Italy

Tomb of Vlad the Impaler may have been found in Italy Vlad III was Prince of Wallachia at times between 1448 and 1476. Because of his reputation for excessive cruelty and sadism, Vlad was given the nickname the Impaler and would later become the inspiration for the character Dracula. In the fall of 1476 he…

Supporting the Great Szekler’s March for Autonomy

Supporting the Great Szekler’s March for Autonomy On October 27, 2013, over 120,000 Szeklers and Hungarians formed a 53 km long human chain in Szeklerland to protest against the planned territorial and administrative reorganization of Romania, which would lead to the accelerated assimilation of Hungarians in Transylvania. On the same day, thousands of people organized solidarity demonstrations…

US Congressmen Demand Romania Returns Church Properties And Ends “Persecution”

BUCHAREST/BUDAPEST (BosNewsLife) — Twenty U.S. congressmen have urged Secretary of State John Kerry to pressure Romania’s government to end “persecution” and “fully restitute” properties that were “illegally confiscated” from churches and other religious groups under Communism after 1945. In a letter obtained by BosNewsLife Saturday, June 15, the American legislators also express concern about three members…

National Alliance of Hungarians in Canada supports Szekler autonomy

The following is a letter reproduced from the Hungarian Register: The Szeklers (in Hungarian: Székely), are a group of the Hungarian people living mostly in the Székely Land, an ethno-cultural region in eastern Transylvania, Romania, for more than 1,000 years. The Székely Land consists of the Harghita, Covasna and Mureş counties, in which the Hungarian-speaking…