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Magazin Istoric
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Chromolitography on the cover of the first issue
CategoriesHistory magazine
First issueApril 1967

Magazin Istoric (English: The Historical Magazine) is a Romanian monthly magazine.


Magazin Istoric was started in 1967.[1] The first issue appeared in April 1967. The headquarters is in Bucharest.[1] The monthly magazine[1] contains articles and pictures about Romanian history and world history. It is written in Romanian language and on the last page contains a brief summary in English, French, Russian, German, and Spanish.


Magazin Istoric was launched in 1967 with support from the Institute of Historical and Social-Political Studies in Bucharest, which functioned under the direct supervision of the Central Committee of the Romanian Communist Party. The first director was Dumitru Almaş (pseudonym of Dumitru Ailincăi, 1908–1995). The first chief redactor was Constantin Antip (born 27 October 1925) and chief editors were Ion Dragomirescu and Al. Gh. Savu (1931-1991). Redactors: Livia Dandara, Robert Deutsch, Mircea Ioanid, Gheorghe Rădulescu, Marian Ştefan, Răzvan Theodorescu. In 1969, Cristian Popişteanu (1932-1999) became director and Nicolae Minei (1922-2000) chief redactor.

Among the authors were: Ştefan Pascu, V. Vândea, Dan Berindei, Dionisie M. Pippidi, Constantin C. Giurescu, Radu Vulpe, Ştefan Ştefănescu, M.Petrecu-Dâmboviţa, Constantin N. Velichi, Vasile Netea, Ion Ionaşcu, Miron Constantinescu, Corina Nicolescu, I.M.Oprea, C. W. Ceram, Ion Vlăduţiu, Cristian Popişteanu, Eugen Preda, Camil Mureşanu, Anca Stahl, Florica Lorinţ, Augustin Deac, Aurelian Sacerdoţeanu and Al. Gh. Savu.



  1. ^ a b c Central and South-Eastern Europe 2004. Psychology Press. 2003. p. 509. ISBN 978-1-85743-186-5. Retrieved 9 May 2016.

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