Victor Iamandi


Victor Iamandi

Victor Iamandi (1891 - November 26-27, 1940) was a Romanian politician and activist. He served as the Romanian Minister of Justice. He was killed by the Iron Guard during the Jilava Massacre due to the measures he took against the Guard during his ministerial service.

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