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As early as the autumn of anti-communist and anti-Soviet resistance groups were formed in the Romanian mountains. Soldiers, students, peasants, workers, men and women alike joined these partisan groups, which operated particularly in the Carpathians. It was only after that silence was broken in this respect, and Romanians found out about the participation of women in the anti-communist resistance movement. If we look strictly at the facts, we could say that nothing of what Elisabeta Rizea did falls into the category of heroic acts. She did not fight on any front, saved no one from death, did not sacrifice herself for anyone else. What she did however was to stand by her principles, something that today we are tempted to see as relative values.

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As early as the autumn of anti-communist and anti-Soviet resistance groups were formed in the Romanian mountains. Soldiers, students, peasants, workers, men and women alike joined these partisan groups, which operated particularly in the Carpathians. It was only after that silence was broken in this respect, and Romanians found out about the participation of women in the anti-communist resistance movement. If we look strictly at the facts, we could say that nothing of what Elisabeta Rizea did falls into the category of heroic acts.

She did not fight on any front, saved no one from death, did not sacrifice herself for anyone else. What she did however was to stand by her principles, something that today we are tempted to see as relative values. Elisabeta Rizea did not lie, did not inform the political police on her neighbours and acquaintances, did not lose her faith that justice would eventually prevail. Elisabeta Rizea was on the side of those who fought for justice and truth, and she helped them as best as she could: she gave them food and protected them from enemies.

Elisabeta Rizea was the best symbol of the decent peasant defending her small universe, that is property, family and faith. She paid for that serving 12 years in jail. I had a willow tree with a hollow in it and that was my mailbox. The army is passing by! They would talk while sitting at the table here and I would listen to them from the other room.

And then, I would hurry away along the path. I had a ladder there, would get down the ladder and go to the hollow to put the note in. And the boys and captain Arnautoiu would look for the note in the willow hollow and read it. I wrote where the army was, where I had put food for them, anything I could do. At that point, she remembers crossing herself with her tongue, praying God to give her strength not to say anything of what she knew.

It is the oath that a straightforward man does not break. Elisabeta Rizea also recalls the visits that the Securitate officers would pay to her before her arrest. And when I was hearing boots, my heart started pounding ready to break out of my chest.

I was raising the wick on the lamp, and they came in and asked me about them. I was swearing on the bible and cross laid out on the table. I was taking the cross in my hand and swore on the Holy Gospel. Colonel Arsenescu was there, just like Toma Arnautoiu, there were some doctors too.

People with book learning, all of them. And I swore I would never betray them. In the case of Elisabeta Rizea, it was precisely good people who supported evil ones. Neighbours kept an eye on her and reported to the Securitate everything she was doing in her courtyard. She was jailed, and was released in , managing to survive the political regime that scarred her existence. The impact that Elisabeta Rizea had on Romanian public opinion was great, especially between and This could be seen from the place she got in the ranking made by Romanian public television for the TV contest called Great Romanians.

She came in 58th. When there was a proposal to build a monument of the anti-communist national resistance, Elisabeta Rizea was the first name on the list, and got the most support from Romanian civic organizations. In , at 91, Elisabeta Rizea passed away, and left a trace of dignity in history.

It is a small example of how a person can be tormented, but never defeated. RRI Live!

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After the Romanian Revolution of After World War II, as the Soviet Army imposed a Communist government in Romania, the peasants had to give up their land in order to implement collective farming. Out of opposition to this, Elisabeta Rizea and her husband joined an anti-Communist guerrilla group, Haiducii Muscelului, led by Colonel Gheorghe Arsenescu. Her assigned task within the group was to provide food and supplies. Eventually her sentence was commuted to seven years in prison. When Arsenescu was arrested in , her sentence was extended by another 25 years, but three years later, in , she was freed under the terms of a general amnesty.

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After World War II , as the Soviet Army imposed a Communist government in Romania, the peasants had to give up their land in order to implement collective farming. Out of opposition to this, Elisabeta Rizea and her husband joined an anti-Communist guerrilla group, Haiducii Muscelului , led by Colonel Gheorghe Arsenescu. Her assigned task within the group was to provide food and supplies. Eventually her sentence was commuted to seven years in prison. When Arsenescu was arrested in , her sentence was extended by another 25 years, but three years later, in , she was freed under the terms of a general amnesty.

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After World War II , as the Soviet Army imposed a Communist government in Romania, the peasants had to give up their land in order to implement collective farming. Out of opposition to this, Elisabeta Rizea and her husband joined an anti-Communist guerrilla group, Haiducii Muscelului , led by Colonel Gheorghe Arsenescu. Her assigned task within the group was to provide food and supplies. Eventually her sentence was commuted to seven years in prison.

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