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Teodor Cojocaru

Teodor Cojocaru
Member of the Moldovan Parliament
In office
1917–1918
Director General for Armed Forces
In office
1917 – 13 December 1917
President Ion Inculeț
Prime Minister Pantelimon Erhan
Succeeded by Gherman Pântea
Mayor of Chișinău
In office
1919–1920
Preceded by Vladimir Hertza
Succeeded by I. Levinski
Personal details
Born (1879-05-03)May 3, 1879
Bubuieci
Died January 23, 1941(1941-01-23) (aged 61)
Chișinău
Political party Moldavian National Party
Profession Military

Teodor Cojocaru (May 3, 1879, Bubuieci - January 23, 1941, Chișinău) was a Romanian military and politician.

Biography

He served as Director General for Armed Forces in Pantelimon Erhan Cabinet. Also he served as member of the Sfatul Țării and Romanian Parliament, and mayor of Chișinău (1919–1920).

Bibliography

  • Enciclopedia Chișinău. – Ch., 1997. – 156 p.

External links

  • Primari ai orașului Chișinău - Departamentul „Memoria Chișinăului” al Bibliotecii Municipale „B.P. Hașdeu”
  • 10+3 primari ai Chișinăului, vipmagazin.md




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