The outgoing Turk : impressions of a journey through the western Balkans (1897)

 

The outgoing Turk : impressions of a journey through the western Balkans (1897) by Thomson, H. C. (Harry Craufuird)

Macedonian population consisted of people from different races, mostly Greek, Serb and Bulgarian, whose fellow countrymen were eager to assist.

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Greek insurgents under the chief Lepeliotis fought with Turks. Notice the mention of Greek villages in Macedonia.

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Here we get the info Thessalonike had a major Greek population.

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  1. World and its Peoples : Western Balkans
  2. The Sultan and His Subjects – Richard Davey, 1897
  3. SlavoBulgarian Anti-Macedonian Struggle, 1897-1903
  4. Arthur Douglas Howden Smith, “Fighting the Turk in the Balkans: An American’s Adventures with the Macedonian Revolutionists”, 1908
  5. “The Burden of the Balkans” By M. Edith Durham 1863-1944

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