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Gheorghe Ionescu-Siseşti, în jurnalul său despre bombardarea Bucureştilor în timpul participării României la cel de-al Doilea Război Mondial (1941-1945)

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Excerpt Gheorghe Ionescu-Siseşti was horn on October 26th 1885, and died on June 4th 1967; he studied agriculture at the Superior Agriculture School in Hohenheim, Germany. In 1911 he became a doctor of the Jena University. Back in Romania, he attained all universitary degrees up to the title of a remarkable university professor; he became a correspondent member of the Romanian Academy, in 1925, then a full member, in 1936. He was also part of the new Academy, after 1945, he was vice-president of the Academy and a most active and reputed scientist. He wrote much articles, books, treatises, university courses. His fundamental work was „The Agrotechnics", published in several editions He was also knotted on an international scale, as he participated in conferences and congresses, with well received materials. He was awarded distinctions and medals, before 1945 as well as after that date, in Socialist Romania. A sign of recognition of his professional qualities is the fact that the present Agricultural Sciences Academy bears his name.
After an introductory presentation, Constantin Mocanu renders some pages selected form the scientist s diary, concerning the bombardments of Bucharest, during the spring summer of 1944.
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