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By Ion Grumeza

This publication tells the little identified tale of Dacia, the strong and wealthy land that grew to become Transylvania and Romania. This state was the cornerstone of jap Europe. by way of A.D. 1, Dacia was once the 3rd biggest army energy in Europe, after the Romans and Germans. so much historians mistook the Dacians for Sarmatians, Scythians, even Slavs. This publication revives the Dacian historical past and contributes to our realizing of the sector because it is today.

The wars, economic climate, and traditions of this Transylvanian land permeate the geopolitics of modern Balkan nations. to appreciate what's taking place at the present time in smooth Europe, we have to go back to the research of this sector. This publication presents the context for the invasions that molded the Balkan and japanese ecu countries that proceed to redraw their borders and impose ethnic domination on one another.

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