Revolutionary events in the Russian Empire at the beginning of the 20th century (Russian revolutions of 1905, 1917) contributed to the recovery of national movement in Bessarabia, which led to the appearance of the press in the Romanian language (1906) and the creation of the Council of Country (November 21, 1917) – the supreme legislative institution, which initially fought for the autonomy for Bessarabia within the Russian Empire (through the proclamation of the Moldavian Democratic Republic, on December 2, 1917), and later, in the last stage, voted for the unification of Bessarabia with Romania, on March 27, 1918.
-Ion Pelivan - militant de vază al mișcării de eliberare națională din Basarabia-
- Mihai Eminescu. Scrieri politice și literare. București, 1905 -
-Polihronie Sârcu. Din obiceiurile românilor basarabeni. Petrograd, 1914-
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