The road to the unification of Transylvania with Romania in the documents of the National Archives of Romania, The National Historical Central Archives, Președinția Consiliului de Miniștri, ds. 34/1918, f. 1.
The Great National Assembly in Alba Iulia.
Several days before all the roads and trains were filled with Romanians who want to attend their nation’s greatest gathering. The trains were adorned with green fir branches and national flags. This assembly gathered the participation of 1228 official delegates from all areas of Transylvania,who directly took part in the debates in the Hall of the Union and voted and more than one hundred thousand Romanians who met on the Roman Plateau near Alba Iulia, the place where the event was to be held.
December 1st, 1918
The Resolution of the Great National Assembly in Alba Iulia (the resolution of Transylvania’s union with Romania) signed by Ştefan Cicio-Pop, President of the Great National Council and read by Vasile Goldis in front of all participants..
The members of the first romanian government in Transylvania, the Directory Council of Transylvania, Banat and Romanian lands of Hungary, headed by Iuliu Maniu.
1919 – Queen Mary of Romania in Transilvania.
Ion I.C. Brătianu, an important political figure and the first Prime minister of the Greater Romania.