C.M. Woodhouse,The Struggle for Greece 1941-1949


Most of the Slavophone inhabitants in all parts of divided Macedonia perhaps a million and a half in all – felt themselves to be Bulgarians at the beginning of the Occupation; and most Bulgarians, whether they supported the Communists, IMRO, or the collaborating government, assumed that all Macedonia would fall to Bulgaria after the war. Tito was I determined that this should not happen.

[C.M. Woodhouse,The Struggle for Greece 1941-1949,page 67]

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