Toma Arnăuţoiu

Toma Arnăuţoiu 1921-1959 | Memorial Toma Arnăuţoiu

The anti-communist partisans of Nucşoara


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  • The house in which the Arnăuțoiu children were born.
  • Schoolteacher Ion (Iancu) Arnăuțoiu and his wife Laurenția
  • Ion and Laurenția Arnăuțoiu with four of their five children: Ion, Toma (in the middle), Elena and Anton
  • Ion, Toma (middle) and Elena Arnăuțoiu
  • Toma Arnăuțoiu in his guardsman uniform (1946)
  • Petre Arnăuțoiu, the youngest of the family
  • Toma Arnăuțoiu and his mother, Laurenția (1944)
  • A shed next the house of Fr Ioan Constantinescu
    in which the partisans hid during a Securitate raid
  • The fir tree ravines
    the partisans’ hideout between 1952 and 1958
  • The fir tree ravines - view from the Poenărei hamlet
  • The fir tree ravines
    the entrance of the hideout photographed by the Securitate in 1958, after the partisans’ capture
  • The hideout’s door imitating rock
  • Radio set, binoculars and newspapers
    dating from the 1956 Hungarian revolution found at their last hideout
  • The body of Constantin Jubleanu who refused to surrender
    being lowered down from the hideout
  • The lifeless body of Constantin Jubleanu
  • Maria Plop
  • Maria Plop coming down the rope ladder holding her child after the capture of Arnăuțoiu brothers
  • Maria Plop and her two-year old daughter in Pitești prison (May 1958)
  • Ioana, the daughter of Toma Arnăuțoiu and Maria Plop, in the Pitești prison (May 1958)
  • Toma Arnăuțoiu in 1959
    at the end of his year-long interrogation by the Securitate