Doctor Alexandru Bireescu, one of the martyrs who sacrificed himself for faith and nation

Doctor Alexandru Bireescu was born into the family of a well-known priest from Banat, appreciated for his contribution to the national movement of the Romanians until the Great Unification of 1 December 1918. His parents, Coriolan and Ofelia[1], were wealthy, pious people who practised Christian morality. They brought up their children to believe in God and to respect truth and justice. Alexandru Bireescu attended primary and secondary school in Lugoj. He was an intellectually gifted young man, passionate about study and education. Between 1910 and 1914, he attended the Faculty of Medicine at the Universities of Budapest and Vienna, where […]

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