Sabia Dreptăţii

Sabia Dreptății
Formation 1945
Extinction 1947
Type anti-Soviet group
Location

Sabia Dreptății (English: The Sword of Justice) was one of the organized anti-Soviet groups in Bălți, Bessarabia.

Overview

Sabia Dreptății was initiated by students Petre Lungu and Ion Moraru from Bălți. This anti-Soviet armed resistance group was active in Bălți during the Stalinist era. "Sabia Dreptății" was discovered by the NKVD in 1947, based at the Pedagogical Lycée (former Ion Creangă Lycée) in Bălți.[1]

Ion Moraru is well known anti-communist in Bessarabia. For one year, Ion Moraru was imprisoned in the same camp at Ekibastuz with Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn[2]

Bibliography

  • Elena Postică, "Sabia Dreptății", în Ţara, 1995, 19, 26 ianuarie

Notes

  1. ^ (Romanian) Comisia Prezidenţială pentru Analiza Dictaturii Comuniste din România: Raport Final / ed.: Vladimir Tismăneanu, Dorin Dobrincu, Cristian Vasile, Bucureşti: Humanitas, 2007, 879 pp., ISBN 978-973-50-1836-8
  2. ^ Organizatia anti-sovietica “Sabia Dreptatii”

External links

  • Organizatia anti-sovietica “Sabia Dreptatii”
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