Generalul Leonard Mociulschi în cele trei războaie din prima jumătate a veacului nostru /General of division Leonard Mociulschi during three wars of the first half of the 20th century
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|Excerpt||The author presents the military activity of Leonard Mociulschi during three wars: 1913. 1916-1919 and 1941-1945. He bases his
research on unpublished military documents.
During 1916-1918, due to his brave behavior, General Leonard
Mociulschi was promoted and decorated by the Romanian and French
armies. Mociulschi also made a name for himself on the Nistru battle
front, between 1918 and 1919.
On the Eastern front (between 1941 and 1944), Mociulschi had
the hardest task of commanding the first armies to cross the rivers Nistru
and Nipru and go into Crimeea.
Beginning with January 1943, General Mociulschi proved exceptional qualities in the defence battles of Cuban and Crimeea. After
August 23, Mociulschi distinguished himself in the battles for the liberation of Transylvania, Hungary and Czechoslovakia. The General was compensated with the highest military orders for his courage on the battle field. He received Romanian, as well as German decorations - the "Mihai Viteazul" Order (third and second class), the Iron Cross (second and first class) and the Golden Cross. He was also decorated by the French and praised by Soviet generals which he collaborated with.
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