The articles are of archaeological, historical and museological interest and are mainly related to the region of Banat, although some deal with Romanian and universal history as well
Jan. 1, 2020
The cultural relations were oriented, first of all, towards the following problems: the cultural situation of the
Romanian minority in Yugoslavia; the cultural development of the other states belonging to the Little Entente
(Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia); the participation of the states of the Little Entente in the Congress of the
Committees of the Federation of Historical Societies of Eastern Europe (Prague, May 1932) – with the aim of
harmonizing divergent views among historians in the region, etc.
School relations, although much smaller in terms of quantity, were mainly focused on solving the problem of
Romanian minority education in the Yugoslav Banat.
The church reports followed, in particular, aspects regarding: the construction of places of worship in the states
of the Little Entente; the requests of the Romanians from the Yugoslav Banat in order to establish a vicariate in
In conclusion, the Western daily – considered, by many Banatians, as a guiding beacon, a moral model for presenting reality – captures the complex relationships within the Little Entente, with ups and downs, quite objectively, demolishing myths or counterfeit images of some leaders and promoting Banatism, as an integral part of