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Nicolae Lupan

Nicolae Lupan
Born 1921
Alma mater Moldova State University
Occupation Journalist
Employer Radio Free Europe
Political party National Patriotic Front
Religion Eastern Orthodoxy
Spouse(s) Ana
Children 3

Nicolae Lupan is a Bessarabian journalist.


In 1958, Lupan became the first editor in chief of TeleRadio-Moldova. He was a member of the National Patriotic Front and lost his job. In March 1974, Lupan went into exile in Belgium. In exile he worked for Radio Free Europe (1974–1987).

Lupan was the president of the Pro-Bessarabia and Bukovina Association (Romanian: Asociaţia Pro-Basarabia şi Bucovina). The association was formed in Paris on November 27, 1950 by Nicolae Dianu and reactivated by Lupan in 1975.[1]


  • Nicolae Lupan, Plânsul Basarabiei, 1981, Carpatii, Madrid
  • Nicolae Lupan, "Bessarabie, terre roumaine", 1982
  • Nicolae Lupan, Pământuri româneşti : Schiţe, studii şi versuri, Bruxelles 1984.
  • Nicolae Lupan, "Basarabia si Bucovina sunt Pãmânturi Românesti", Ed. Nistru, Bruxelles 1984.
  • Nicolae Lupan, Scrisoare fratelui meu, Editura Nistru, Bruxelles, 1984, 156 pp.
  • Nicolae Lupan, "Imagini nistrene", 2 volume, 1986, 1990
  • Nicolae Lupan, "Alexandru Cristescu, erou si martir", 1987
  • Nicolae Lupan, Pământul Basarabiei. Bruxelles, 1989.
  • Nicolae Lupan, Însemnări de desţărat. Bruxelles, 2001
  • Nicolae Lupan, Din coapsa Daciei si a Romei
  • Nicolae Lupan, Strain la mine acasa", 1996
  • Nicolae Lupan, Gânduri de proscris


  • Janusz Bugajski, Ethnic Politics in Eastern Europe: A Guide to Nationality Policies, Organizations, and Parties, 1995.

External links

  • Surse de lumină (XCXXLXXIX)
  • Unul dintre turnătorii lui N. Lupan - Nic. Dabija


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