Romania was mentioned 14 times in The Star and The Globe at the beginning of August 1918.
100 years ago in August the Toronto papers noted the 4th anniversary of the beginning of the war. Entering the 5th year, the end was not clearly in sight.
According to an article, Romania was still “enslaved” by the Germans, following the peace treaty of May 1918. Crop time was near, and interest in the Romanian one was high, but dissapointment will soon follow that year.
Here is how Romania was mentioned here in Canada on its way to the December 1st, 1918 birthday as a modern state.