Correspondence, memoranda, press releases, depositions, legal documents, and printed matter, relating to political conditions
in Romania; the trial of Iuliu Maniu, Vasile de Serdici and other leaders of the Partidul National Taranesc in 1947; Romanian
émigré affairs; the Comitetul National Rom^an and other anti-communist organizations; and a lawsuit for defamation brought
against Cicerone Ioanitoiu in France in 1985.
Son of Vasile Serdici, former Romanian landowner and one of the leaders of the Romanian National Peasant Party (one of the
most important parties during the interwar period). Co-defense attorney in the trial organized by the Soviet NKVD and the
Romanian Communist secret services (Securitatea) in 1947 against the leadership of the Romanian National Peasant Party. In
1948 he escaped illegally from Romania. Since then he has been living in Sweden, Great Britain, and Germany, running his own
businesses in real estate, oil, and shipping, and engaging relentlessly in anticommunist activities. Between 1982 and 1990
he was the secretary general of the Romanian National Peasant Party, currently the majority party of the ruling coalition
16 manuscript boxes
(4.0 Linear Feet)
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