Filimon Bodiu

Filimon Bodiu
File:Filimon Bodiu 1.jpg
Born Mândreşti, Orhei County
Died November 16, 1950
Nationality USSR,
Other names Dimitrie Grosu
Ethnicity Romanian
Religion Eastern Orthodoxy
Spouse(s) Olimpiada Bodiu
Parents Eftim and Axinaia

Filimon Bodiu (death November 16, 1950) was a Moldovan activist in the former Moldovan SSR.


Filimon Bodiu was born in Mândreşti. Between 1945-1950, he was the leader of an anti-Soviet groups in Bessarabia. Filimon Bodiu was killed in fighting on November 16, 1950, during a fight with the authorities. His child was killed in fighting, but his wife, Olimpiada Bodiu was taken as prisoner.


  • Ţurcanu, Ion, Rezistenţa anticomunistă din Basarabia. Grupul Filimon Bodiu, 1946-1950, AT, nr. 2/1995.
  • Elena Postică, Rezistenţa antisovietică în Basarabia, 1944-1950, Chişinău, Ed. Ştiinţa, 1997.
  • I.Ţurcanu, E.Postică, V.Boldişor, Lupta antisovietică şi anticomunistă a grupării lui Filimon Bodiu, Literatura şi Arta, 1995, 6 iulie.
  • Pasat, Valeriu, Trudnâe straniţî istorii Moldovî. 1940-1950 [Documente] (Pages difficiles d'histoire de la Moldavie), Moscova, Ed. Terra, 1994, p. 356

External links

  • Articol despre mişcarea ilegalistă din Basarabia.
  • Ion Ţurcanu, Foametea şi deportările din Basarabia


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