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Dumitru Matcovschi

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Dumitru Matcovschi
Stamps of Moldova, 2014-14.jpg
Born20 October 1939
Died26 June 2013 (aged 73)
NationalityUSSR,
Romania,
Moldova
Alma materMoldova State University
EmployerAcademy of Sciences of Moldova

Dumitru Matcovschi (20 October 1939 – 26 June 2013) was a writer from Moldova who was a member of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova.[1] He was a founder of the Popular Front of Moldova.

Biography

Dumitru Matcovschi was born to Leonte and Eudochia Matcovschi on 20 October 1939 in Vadul-Raşcov, then in Romania. He graduated from the Moldova State University in 1961.[2] Dumitru Matcovschi was a founder of the Democratic Movement of Moldova[3] and Popular Front of Moldova.[4][5]
Matcovschi died on 26 June 2013 following surgery on 14 June to remove a brain tumor.[6]

Awards

References

  1. ^ "VIDEO Dumitru Matcovschi s-a stins din viaţă miercuri seara. Poetul a fost un simbol al renaşterii naţionale în Basarabia". adevarul.ro. adevarul.ro. 27 June 2013.
  2. ^ Dumitru Matcovschi, biografie. istoria.md
  3. ^ DUMITRU MATCOVSCHI, POET, PROZATOR, DRAMATURG BASARABEAN, UNUL DIN LIDERII RENASTERII NATIONALE Archived 22 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ Adevărul despre cei care au creat Frontul Popular la 3 iunie 1988. romanism.ro
  5. ^ Partidul Popular Crestin Democrat > Istoric. ppcd.md
  6. ^ "A murit poetul Dumitru Matcovschi". 27 June 2013. Archived from the original on 28 June 2013. Retrieved 27 June 2013.
  7. ^ Dumitru Matcovschi şi Valentin Mândâcanu — Cetăţeni de onoare ai Chişinăului. basarabeni.ro. 30 April 2009

Bibliography

  • Ana Ghilaş, Dumitru Matcovschi: Parintii. In Limba romana, 1994;
  • Enciclopedia Sovietică Moldovenească.
  • Literatura şi Arta Moldovei. Enciclopedie. Chişinău. Redacţia Enciclopediei
  • Valerian Ciobanu. Nume şi Lume. Chişinău. Editura Pontos. 2008

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