Antonie Plamadeala, Leonida being his birth name prior to his becoming a monk in , was born on 17 November in the village Stolniceni in Bessarabia. The Life of the Romanian Theologian Antonie Plamadeala as a Runaway from the Secret Police and as a Political Prisoner in Communist Romania.
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Adherence to ultranationalist ideals was not always synonymous to Legionarism Clark During this time propaganda was being carried out by a German radio station palmadeala in Austria, that Europe will be free.
Many of these newspaper copies managed to get to Securitate, the theologian confirmed: Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Two of these students, however, changed their story in respect to Plamadeala when asked to testify in Court during his trial Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go.
Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. This he himself insinuates in his memoirs Plamadeala and Petcu Be the first to review this item Amazon Best Sellers Rank: However, because of the Soviet invasion of Bessarabia inhe and his family sought out refuge in Isalnita, a village next to the city of Craiova, in southern Romania.
The American army is on the verge of departing to liberate you from Communism. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. This article proposes another angle through which one may examine Securitate files. This short article discusses a series of Securitate documents which contain various inconsistencies, and which were written on or about the Romanian theologian Antonie Plamadeala. This article focuses primarily on his retrial, which Plamadeala requested shortly after his arrest.
I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? His incarceration, however, came roughly five years after his initial trial during which he was tried in absentia. It is possible that other archival sources do exist on this theologian, but which have not yet been open to the public.
He then worked at the Theological Seminary in Ramnicul-Valcea, and later served as vicar bishop and metropolitan of Moldavia eastern part of Romania. For the sake of simplifying things and more easily identifying their enemies, the Romanian Communist Party leadership and the Securitate, however, may have operated under the assumption that it was, and, as a result, may have labeled many as legionaries based on this false premise.
Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Moreover, identifying the motives why a given lie or misleading information was written in a given document may prove useful in deciphering the veracity such a document may indeed conceal. I do this by first laying out the series of accusations the Romanian secret police brought against Plamadeala in and the way in which it constructed its evidence to support its case against him.
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Eurostudia10 1— Photo 1 Plamadeala identified as a medical student. An Analysis of Local Lived Experience. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. As one can see in Photo 2, the person who wrote and signed as Plamadeala forged this document.
By then he was a doctoral student at the Faculty of Theology of the Antoni of Bucharest. Photo 3 features the actual signature of Plamadeala.
Student demonstrations were not the only anti-Communist activity in which Plamadeala engaged during this crucial period. From Securitate documents accumulated about these flyers, Plamadeala was involved in neither their writing nor their distribution.
Sophia Publishing House Language: In this article I seek to elaborate further on this idea. In the case of Securitate documents on Plamadeala, at least the ones to which I was given access by ACNSAS, such files do tell stories, often incomplete ones, artfully intertwining truth and untruth, all to serve the interest not necessarily of the ones these stories are about, but of the ones who wrote them.
Still, one must not exclude his probable mingling with the legionaries, as Securitate documents suggest, as an additional reason to make him a solid target of the secret police.
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Inthere were still many, especially among the young Romanians, whose courage may have been still nurtured by the hope that they were capable to oppose these transformations and eventually bring about an auspicious end, with the support of America and its western allies. E o carte de teologie pentru teologi si pentru neteologi. Get to Know Us. For that, I provide as example some of the Romanian communist secret police Securitate files pertaining to the Romanian theologian Antonie Plamadealaa prominent figure of the Romanian society and Orthodox Church, who served as Metropolitan of Transylvania from until his death.
Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. It [the radio station] was preaching daily: E o carte de exegeza lucrata in stilul predicilor, dar s-ar putea, in unele privinte, sa le fie de folos si exegetilor specialisti.
In the two years during which his second trial lastedthe evidence employed during his first trial proved to be most likely fabricated and the charges initially brought against him—his alleged membership in the Legionary Movement—dropped. Am gandit aceste predici ca pe un tratat teologic despre adevarurile fundamentale de credinta, cu intentia de a-l oferi ca pe un catehism care sa-i ajute pe cititori, asa plajadeala i-a ajutat si pe ascultatori, sa se inarmeze cu argumente pentru apararea credin]ei lor ortodoxe in fata celor care ar incerca sa-i ademeneasca spre alte credinte si grupari sectare.
Taking the Securitate files on Antonie Plamadeala as a case study, I show why the usage of official documents produced by governmental institutions of the former Romanian Communist regime, although useful in uncovering the past, demands caution from those examining and interpreting them. Switch to classic view.
E o carte de intrebari pentru cei care isi pun intrebari si carora nu le raspunde nimeni; pentru cei care nu stiu sa-si puna intrebari, dar le au pe suflet, dar si o carte de raspunsuri la intrebari.
From to his death he served as the patriarch of the Romania Orthodox Church Leustean In this article, I focus on his experience with the Romanian secret police until his release from the Jilava prison in and about the key events that lead to pplamadeala prison discharge.