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  1. Ilie Ceaușescu (* 8. Juni 1926 in Scornicești, Rumänien; † 1. Oktober 2002 in Bukarest) war ein rumänischer Generalleutnant und Historiker . Der jüngere Bruder des Staats- und Parteichefs Nicolae Ceaușescu unternahm einen erfolglosen Versuch, als Auszubildender in eine Fabrik in Bukarest aufgenommen zu werden, in der er aus ...

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    • rumänischer General und Historiker
    • 8. Juni 1926
    • Ceaușescu, Ilie
  2. Ilie Ceaușescu (8 June 1926 – 1 October 2002) was a Romanian army general and communist politician who was Deputy Defence Minister of Communist Romania during the rule of his older brother, Nicolae Ceaușescu. Ilie's military and political career was helped by Nicolae; between 1980 and 1989, he was a member of the Central Committee of the ...

  3. Ilie Ceaușescu (n. 8 iunie 1926, comuna Scornicești, județul Olt – d. 1 octombrie 2002, București) a fost un general al Armatei Române, politician comunist și ministru adjunct al apărării în timpul regimului comunist condus de fratele său, Nicolae Ceaușescu.

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  4. Ilie Ceaușescu (1926–2002) (a daughter, Veronica, and a son, Dan). Maria Ceaușescu (1920-2007?), later Maria Agachi, worked at Electromagnetica, eventually becoming section chief at that factory due to her family connections. Elena Ceaușescu, later Elena Bărbulescu (1928–2001), was a history teacher at Scornicești High School.

  5. 1. Okt. 2002 · SHOW ALL QUESTIONS. Ilie Ceaușescu (8 June 1926 – 1 October 2002) was a Romanian army general and communist politician who was Deputy Defence Minister of Communist Romania during the rule of his older brother, Nicolae Ceaușescu. Ilie Ceaușescu.

  6. 5. Okt. 2002 · Ilie Ceausescu, 76, who served as a deputy defense minister under Nicolae Ceausescu, his older brother and Romania's late communist dictator, died Tuesday in Bucharest of complications from pneumonia.