Ceauşescu, Nicolae

 (1918–1989) President of Romania (1967–89); pronounced [chow'-chess-coo].

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  • Ceauşescu, Nicolae — born Jan. 26, 1918, Scorniceşti, Rom. died Dec. 25, 1989, near Bucharest Romanian politician. Prominent in the Romanian Communist Party, in 1965 he succeeded Gheorghe Gheorghiu Dej as the party s leader. In 1967 he became head of state and in… …   Universalium

  • Ceausescu, Nicolae — (26 ene. 1918, Scornicesti, Rumania–25 dic. 1989, cerca de Bucarest). Político rumano. Importante dirigente del partido comunista rumano, en 1965 sucedió a Gheorghe Gheorghiu Dej como líder del partido. En 1967 se convirtió en jefe de Estado y en …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Ceausescu,Nicolae — Ceau·ses·cu (chou shĕsʹko͞o), Nicolae. 1918 1989. Romanian politician who was the absolute ruler after 1965. His regime was overthrown in December 1989, and he was executed for crimes against the state. * * * …   Universalium

  • Nicolae Ceaușescu — 1.er Presidente de Ruma …   Wikipedia Español

  • Nicolae Ceaușescu — Nicolae Ceaușescu, lors d une visite aux États Unis, le 12 avril 1979. Mandats 10e …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Ceausescu — Nicolae Ceauşescu Nicolae Ceauşescu 1er président de la République socialiste de Roumanie …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Nicolae Ceaucescu — Nicolae Ceauşescu Nicolae Ceauşescu 1er président de la République socialiste de Roumanie …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Nicolae Ceausescu — Nicolae Ceauşescu Nicolae Ceauşescu 1er président de la République socialiste de Roumanie …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Ceauşescu (surname) — Ceauşescu or Ceausescu most often refers to Nicolae Ceauşescu, the last Communist leader of Romania, but it may also refer to: Elena Ceauşescu, wife of Nicolae Ceauşescu Valentin Ceauşescu, Nicolae Ceauşescu s older son Zoia Ceauşescu, Nicolae… …   Wikipedia

  • Ceauşescu (disambiguation) — Ceauşescu or Ceausescu most often refers to Nicolae Ceauşescu, the last Communist leader of Romania, but it may also refer to:* Elena Ceauşescu, wife of Nicolae Ceauşescu * Valentin Ceauşescu, Nicolae Ceauşescu s older son (adopted) * Zoia… …   Wikipedia

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