ȘTEFAN FĂLCOIANU AND THE SUPERIOR SCHOOL OF WAR
Keywords:Ștefan Fălcoianu;, Superior School of War; ., “Carol I” National Defence University; Romanian military education
This article aims to present Ştefan Fălcoianu`s personality and vast activity, (June 6, 1835 - January 22, 1905) a research based on the Fălcoianu Family Fund original documents from the Romanian ,National Archives in Bucharest. The documentary fund dates from 1836-1944 and was taken from the Ilfov Archives Branch. The documents contain information about the Fălcoianu family`s genealogy, on General Ștefan Ioniță Fălcoianu`s activity. The preserved correspondence reflects Stefan Fălcoianu’s ties with personalities of the time: Constantin Barozzi1
, Octav George Lecca2 and the Belgian general Henri Alexis Brialmont3
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The Superior School of War. 1939. The History of the Higher School of War 1889-1939. Bucharest
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