Ion Antonescu (14 June 1882 – 1 June 1946) was a Romanian military officer and authoritarian politician who was the Prime Minister during most of World War II. After the war, he was convicted of claimed crimes at a "People's Tribunal" in Communist-occupied Romania and executed. Controversies include his relationships to the Legionary Movement and the Holocaust. See the "External links" section regarding less politically correct views.
- The Legionary Movement in Romania
- To the Abattoir, Investigating the Legionary Rebellion of January 21-23, 1941
- Romanians and the Holocaust