1906 – W.H.Herbert: ‘There is no such thing as “Macedonian” language’

 

From the book of W. H. Herbert “By-paths in the Balkans“, 1906. The writer exposes the absurdity behind the fictitious so-called “Macedonian” language, which makes as much sense as claiming, there is an “African” or a British language. The revolutionaries speak Bulgarian.

bypath168 1906   W.H.Herbert: There is no such thing as “Macedonian” language

bypath169 1906   W.H.Herbert: There is no such thing as “Macedonian” language

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