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1849, Paris: Early Days In Exile

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By 1849 the leading Romanian forty-eighters were all among the 150 individuals sent into exile after the defeat of the short-lived 'republic'. The defeat of the revolution and Wallachia's occupation by foreign troops sent the leaders of '48 to the four corners of the world, where they were to remain for the next ten years. Relatives and associates of the former revolutionaries had also been expelled from Wallachia by the Russian authorities and the new government they sponsored in Bucharest. Family solidarity and inter-generational connectedness were to constitute a major emotional lifeline for embattled people throughout a decade of exile and hardship. In December 1848, Constantin Rosetti embarked on a life in exile which was to last until 1857.

Keywords: Bucharest; Constantin Rosetti; Romanian exile; Wallachia



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