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For Romania, 1918 above all meant the implementation of the national unification program. As a result of a favourable and unique coincidence, Romania emerged victorious from the de facto already lost war, thanks to which the land that had previously belonged to the Austro-Hungarian Empire and Russia was incorporated to the Old Kingdom. The significant enlargement of the country's territory and the events that had taken place during the war were a perfect pretext to carry out radical changes indoi:10.31268/ps.2019.05 fatcat:vdvp4roalne7dknysoh23ilx3u