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Vasile Gafencu

Vasile Gafencu
Member of the Moldovan Parliament
In office
Personal details
Born (1886-02-01)February 1, 1886
Died March 16, 1942(1942-03-16) (aged 56)
Political party National Moldavian Party
Children Valeriu, Valentina, Eleonora, and Elizabeta
Religion Eastern Orthodoxy

Vasile Gafencu (February 1, 1886, Sîngerei - March 16, 1942, Arkhangelsk) was a Bessarabian politician.

He was the father of Valeriu Gafencu (1921-1952), nicknamed The Saint of Prisons.[1]


He served as Member of the Moldovan Parliament (1917-1918). Deported in Siberia by the Russian invaders in 1940.



  • Gheorghe E. Cojocaru, Sfatul ţării: itinerar, Civitas, Chişinău, 1998, ISBN 9975-936-20-2
  • Mihai Taşcă, Sfatul Ţării şi actualele autorităţi locale, "Timpul de dimineaţă", no. 114 (849), June 27, 2008 (page 16)


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External links

  • Arhiva pentru Sfatul Tarii
  • Deputaţii Sfatului Ţării şi Lavrenti Beria

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