List of Romanian communists

List of Romanian communists

The following is a List of Romanian communists, including both activists of the Romanian Communist Party (PCR) and people actively engaged in other communist groups (including people of Romanian origin who were members of communist parties in other countries).

Note

Toward the end of the PCR's existence, membership was dramatically increased based on several, mainly artificial, criteria (to almost 4 million members for a total population of 22 million in 1989 — in relative terms, it was the strongest communist party); thus, membership in the party after "ca." 1968 is not in itself a relevant factor in establishing whether a person was in fact a communist. Simple members of the PCR who have not been engaged in party politics or held political offices should not be included here.

General Secretaries of the PCR

Activists of the PCR


* Constantin Agiu
* Imre Aladar
* Ştefan Andrei
* Ecaterina Arbore
* Olga Bancic
* Eugen Barbu
* Alexandru Bârlădeanu
* Mihai Beniuc
* Emil Bobu
* Emil Bodnăraş
* Petre Borilă
* G. Brătescu
* Bela Breiner
* Silviu Brucan
* Simion Bughici
* Teodor Bugnariu
* Avram Bunaciu
* Cornel Burtică
* Scarlat Callimachi
* Emil Calmanovici
* Elena Ceauşescu
* Ilie Ceauşescu
* Nicu Ceauşescu
* Iosif Chişinevschi
* Mihai Chiţac
* N. D. Cocea
* Vladimir Colin
* Dumitru Coliu
* Teodor Coman
* Alecu Constantinescu
* Miron Constantinescu
* Petre Constantinescu-Iaşi
* Radu Cosaşu
* Constanţa Crăciun
* Nicolae Cristea
* Constantin Dăscălescu
* Constantin David
* Ion Dic Dicescu
* Ion Dincă
* Alexandru Dobrogeanu-Gherea
* Nicolae Doicaru
* Constantin Doncea
* Alexandru Drăghici
* Petru Dumitriu
* David Fabian
* Elena Filipescu
* Leonte Filipescu
* Suzana Gâdea
* Teohari Georgescu
* Nicolae Goldberger
* Dumitru Grofu
* George Homoştean
* Alexandru Iliescu
* Ion Iliescu
* Iorgu Iordan
* Alexandru Jar
* Remus Koffler
* David Korner
* Leon Lichtbau
* Haia Lifschitz
* Elisabeta Luca
* Vasile Luca
* Mihail Macavei
* George Macovescu
* Corneliu Mănescu
* Manea Mănescu
* Gheorghe Gaston Marin
* Timotei Marin
* Gheorghe Maurer
* Vasile Milea
* Alexandru Moghioroş
* Gilbert Moscovici
* Nicolae Militaru
* Alexandru Nicolski
* Vanda Nicolski
* Paul Niculescu-Mizil
* Ion Niculi
* Mihai Novicov
* Cornel Onescu
* Saul Ozias
* Octavian Paler
* Francisc Panet
* Petre Pandrea
* Miron-Radu Paraschivescu
* Mihai Popilian
* Ion Pas
* Lucreţiu Pătrăşcanu
* Ana Pauker
* Marcel Pauker
* Adrian Păunescu
* Ilie Pintilie
* Constantin Pîrvulescu
* Dumitru Popescu
* Dumitru Radu Popescu
* Ion Popescu-Puţuri
* Tudor Postelnicu
* Grigore Preoteasa
* Grigore Răceanu
* Lothar Rădăceanu
* Gheorghe Rădulescu
* Iosif Rangheţ
* Leonte Răutu
* Vasile Roaită
* Stephan Roll
* Mihail Roller
* Valter Roman
* Eugen Rozvan
* Alexandru Sahia
* Leontin Sălăjan
* Filimon Sârbu
* Alexandra Sidorovici
* Matei Socor
* Ion Stănescu
* Pavel Ştefan
* Chivu Stoica
* Gheorghe Stoica
* Pavel Tcacenko
* Solomon Tinkelman
* Leonte Tismăneanu
* Alexandru Toma
* Sorin Toma
* Ioan Totu
* Virgil Trofin
* Eugen Ţurcanu
* Ilie Văduva
* Vasile Vaida
* Gheorghe Vasilichi
* Ghizela Vass
* Ilie Verdeţ
* Gheza Vida
* Ion Vincze
* Ion Vitner
* Iulian Vlad
* Ştefan Voitec
* Richard Wurmbrand
* Belu Zilber

Romanian communists not afilliated with the PCR

* Martin Abern
* Haig Acterian
* Octav Băncilă
* Geo Bogza
* Mihai Gheorghiu Bujor
* Constantin M. Gălbeoru
* Leon Ghelerter
* Max Goldstein
* Boris Holban
* Panait Istrati
* Mihail Polihroniade
* Constantin Popovici
* Christian Rakovsky
* Wilhelm Stepper-Tristis
* Tristan Tzara
* Gheorghe I. Ungureanu

ee also

*"Amicii URSS"
*Romanian Society for Friendship with the Soviet Union


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