Din istoria separatismului moldovenesc: Teodor Boldur-Lăţescu şi gazeta „Moldova” (1866-1869)
From the History of Moldavian Separatism: Teodor Boldur-Lăţescu and the Gazette “Moldova” (1866-1869)
Autor / Author: Mircea-Cristian Ghenghea
Limba / Language: Romanian
Număr / Issue: 2015
Cuvinte cheie / Keywords: Teodor Boldur-Lăţescu, “Moldova”, Romanian press, 19th century, Moldavian separatism
Rezumat / Summary: The Moldavian anti-unionist and separatist press of the 19th century is still little known to researchers of the Romanian modernity. The periodicals preceding the double election of Colonel Alexandru Ioan Cuza had the chance of being presented and analysed by historians due to their involvement in the fight against the accomplishment of the Union; one cannot say the same thing about the others, the gazettes that promoted the separatist idea after 1859. Among these we can find “Moldova”, edited by Teodor Boldur-Lăţescu, the most vocal Moldavian opponent of the Union between Moldavia and Wallachia. In our paper we offered a general presentation and a brief analyse of this periodical which, together with other publications like “Boldul” (1867) or “Ecoul munţilor” (1871), constitutes a part of the Moldavian separatist effort supported by Teodor Boldur-Lăţescu in the ’60s and early ’70s of the 19th century.