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THE ARREST AND THE INVESTIGATION OF THE GROUP “RUGUL APRINS” (“THE BURNING BUSH”)

Carmen Ciornea
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Carmen Ciornea: Faculty de Theology – „Ovidius” University

Law, Society & Organisations, 2020, issue 8 (1/2020), 49-57

Abstract: It is already a well-known reality, proven by the numerous volumes, studies and research aproaches published after 1990 on this topic that the amplitude of the personalities that made up the group of Rugul Aprins (The Burning Bush) still arouses the interest of historians, theologians, sociologists or philologists. The present study aims to reconstruct as truthfully as possible the stage of the arrest of the 16 people who constituted the group „Teodorescu Alex. and others”, also known as the group of the Rugul Aprins, by corroborating the data from the documents in the Archive of the National Council for the Study of Security Archives with the information from the memorialistic literature, but also with the interview of two people who directly had this experience – Emanoil Mihăilescu and Nicolae Rădulescu. The memorialistic literature corroborated with the official documents (see A.C.N.S.A.S.) offers an impressive number of evidences of the fight against the Romanian Orthodox Church, the policy of compromising the Church subordinating itself increasingly diverse and treacherous means.

Keywords: Sandu Tudor; Alexandru Teodorescu; Monk Agaton; Hieroschemamonk Daniil Sandu Tudor; The Burning Bush (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: I20 K49 Z12 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2020
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