Matei Donici

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Matei Donici
Born 1847
Brănești, Orhei
Died September 26, 1921(1921-09-26)
Tighina
Nationality Russian Empire
Romania
Education He studied in Tver.[1]
Occupation Military
Known for general, poet
Political party National Moldavian Party

Matei Donici (Romanian pronunciation: [maˈtej ˈdonit͡ʃʲ]; 1847 in Brănești – September 26, 1921 in Tighina) was a writer, general, and politician from Bessarabia. He was a leader of the National Moldavian Party.[2][3][4]

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  • Ştefan Ciobanu – CULTURA ROMÂNEASCĂ ÎN BASARABIA SUB STĂPÂNIRE RUSĂ Editura Enciclopedică „Gheorghe Asachi”, Chişinău, 1992, 272 pag.
  • Gheorghe Bezviconi, Românismul fruntaşilor Moldovei dintre Prut şi Nistru sub stăpânirea străină, Bucureşti, 1941, p. 505.

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