The Bulgarians and Anglo-Saxondom 1919


Skopje, Strouga, Monastir were known to self-witnesses travellers as having primarily a Bulgarian population.

bulgariansandanglosaxons5 The Bulgarians and Anglo Saxondom 1919

strouga and monastir The Bulgarians and Anglo Saxondom 1919

Everybody knew the population of Macedonia was mixed since there were No “Macedonians” as FYROM propagandists would wish but instead Bulgarians, Greeks, Albanians, Turks, Serbs and Vlachs.

no macedonians but bulgars The Bulgarians and Anglo Saxondom 1919


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Want more of this? See these Posts:

  1. Cambridge Modern History of 1910 – Greeks and Bulgarians in Macedonia
  2. British Foreign State Papers 1890-1891 – The Bulgarians of Macedonia
  3. Le Figaro defines FYROM’s Slavs as Bulgarians
  4. A Frenchman in Macedonia of 1854
  5. How the Lie was created – Bulgarians forced to renounce their Bulgarian identity and become “Macedonians”

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