Carol II

Carol II ou Charles II
(1893 - 1953) fils de Ferdinand Ier, roi de Roumanie (1930-1940). Ayant renoncé à ses droits au trône au profit de son fils Michel (1927), il s'exila, puis revint en Roumanie et remonta sur le trône (1930). à la suite du démantèlement de la Roumanie, prévu par le pacte germano-soviétique en 1939, le général Antonescu, appelé au gouvernement par Carol II, força celui-ci à abdiquer au profit de son fils Michel Ier (sept. 1940). Il mourut au Portugal. V. dossier Roumanie, p. 1486.

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