- Nicolae Golescu
A member of the Golescu family of boyars, Nicolae was born in Câmpulung as the son of Dinicu Golescu; he was educated together with his other three brothers in Switzerland. Nicolae and his brother Ştefan returned in 1830 to join the Wallachian Army, where Nicolae became a major in 1834.
In the same year he joined the Philarmonic Society, a group similar to the Freemasonry. In 1840 he was a prosecutor in the trial of the participants in the Mitică Filipescu plot, and later on he was Wallachia's Minister of Internal Affairs.
In 1842, Wallachia was under the protectorate of Imperial Russia, and Nicolae Golescu tried to obtain the mandate of Prince of Wallachia from Emperor Nicholas, but was denied and remained a Minister of Internal Affairs until 1847. In the meantime, he began taking part in gatherings of various revolutionary societies.
He joined the radical liberals, being part of the 1848 revolutionary committee, together with Ion Ghica, Nicolae Bălcescu, Ion Heliade Rădulescu and others (including his brother Ştefan and his cousin Alexandru G. Golescu).
Afterwards, on June 11, 1848, when the Wallachian revolution started in Bucharest, Nicolae Golescu was a Minister of Internal Affairs for the Provisional Government. The following week, he and Ana Ipătescu took initiative in rallying civilians in defense of the revolutionary power, as it was threatened by conservative plot (June 19).
However, on 25 July, the government resigned on pressure from the Ottoman Empire, and after the Ottoman intervention of September, Nicolae Golescu went into exile, to return in the 1850s and support Alexander John Cuza's bid for the throne of a united Danubian Principalities (Wallachia and Moldavia).
In 1866, after joining the alliance of Liberals and Conservatives against Cuza's unsanctioned personal regime, he was for a short time one of the regents. He was then Foreign Minister and a member of Ion C. Brătianu's Liberal Party, formed during the rule of Carol I.
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1864 - 1866Nifon Rusailă
1866 - 1940Nifon Rusailă · Ştefan Golescu · Nicolae Golescu · Alexandru Plagino · Nifon Rusailă · Calinic Miclescu · Constantin Bosianu · Dimitrie Ghica · Ion Emanoil Florescu · Nicolae Creţulescu · Ion Emanoil Florescu · Constantin Boerescu · Gheorghe Grigore Cantacuzino · Dimtrie Ghica · Dimitrie Alexandru Sturdza · Eugeniu Stătescu · Nicolae Gane · Constantin Boerescu · Eugeniu Stătescu · Petre S. Aurelian · Constantin Boerescu · Petre S. Aurelian · Constantin Budişteanu · Gheorghe Grigore Cantacuzino · Theodor Rosetti · Ion Lahovari · Basile M. Missir · Emanoil Porumbaru · Dimitrie I. Dobrescu · Paul Bujor · Constantin Coandă · Mihail Pherekyde · Constantin I. Nicolaescu · Constantin Coandă · Constantin I. Nicolaescu · Traian Bratu · Mihail Sadoveanu · Nicolae Costălescu · Leonte Moldovan · Constantin Dimitriu-Dovlecel · Alexandru Lapedatu · Nicolae Iorga · Constantin Argetoianu
since 1990*denotes interim (acting)
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