Bust in Baia Mare
21 January 1852|
Apa, Szatmár, Austria-Hungary
|Died||29 November 1922
Satu Mare, Transylvania, Romania
|Residence||Austria, Austria-Hungary, Romania|
|Known for||journalistic activity|
|Influenced||political thought in Austria-Hungary and Romania|
He was a member of the National Romanian Party and a co-author of the Transylvanian Memorandum (1892). As a consequence, Vasile Lucaciu was tried for "homeland betrayal" in Kolozsvár/Cluj in May 1894 and sentenced to five years in prison. However he was released after one year.
In March 1917, Vasile Lucaciu was a member of a group of exiled Romanian Habsburg subjects who were sent as a delegation to the United States to campaign for Romania's cause.
- Alexandru Ciura, "Biografia părintelui Vasile Lucaciu" (Sibiu, 1928).
- Florin Mirghesiu - "Iaşi - Washington via Siberia, Coreea, Japonia şi Hawaii", in Magazin Istoric, no. 12, December 2004.
- Gelu Neamţu, "Vasile Lucaciu şi voluntarii români în armata Statelor Unite în primul război mondial (1917-1918)", In: AUDC ist., 2001.
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