Category: Modern Macedonian History

Macedonian Officers who fought for Greek independence in 1821

Officers 1. Aggelos Ioannis from Macedonia. He served as Oplarhigos. 2. Aggelopoulos Demetrios from Naousa, Macedonia 3. Aggelopoulos Konstantinos from Macedonia. 4. Adam Georgios from Kassandra. 5. Adam Hatzi Polychronis from Macedonia. 6. Anastasiou Papadimitris from Kassandreia. He was murdered in 1824. 7. Anastasiou Christos from Thessalonike, Macedonia 8. Antoniou Garoufallos from Cassandra 9. Basileiou Apostolaras from Macedonia. He was […]

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World Encyclopaedias about Macedonia – Britannica

Quote: The people Ethnicity and languageMacedonia has inherited a complex ethnic structure. The largest group, calling themselves Macedonians (about two-thirds of the population), are descendants of Slavic tribes that moved into the region between the 6th and 8th centuries AD. Their language is very closely related to Bulgarian and is written in the Cyrillic script.In language, religion, and history, a […]

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Letter from the Greek embassy in Thessaloniki 1876

An extract from a report sent on the 30-10-1876 from Konstantin Vatikiotis, Greek ambassador in the Ottoman occupied Thessaloniki, to the ministry of foreign affairs [protocol number 1.480/30-10-1876]. The report is about the ethnic background of Slavic speakers in Macedonia. Quote: Αλλ’ οι Βουλγαρόφωνοι κάτοικοι της Μακεδονίας δεν είναι δια τούτο και Βούλγαροι. Τουναντίον πολλά εισί τα ενδεικνύοντα ότι εισί […]

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Paidomazoma – Communist children abductions in the Greek civil war

Paidomazoma – Communist children abductions in the Greek civil war

Georgios Manoukas was the General Inspector of the Child Gathering and also a former member of KKE (Greek communist Party). He returned in Greece in 1961.  The author examines Comitern intentions behind its policy towards the children and concludes that from the beginning of the Yugoslav government (Tito) falsified the numbers of these children, integrated them into the population of the Federative […]

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Four of the best Historians, describe Balkans in 1915

“A history of Bulgaria, Serbia, Greece, Rumania, Turkey” by Nevil Forbes, Arnold J. Toynbee, D. Mitrany, D.G. Hogarth, Oxford University Press 1915 Quote: The whole of what may be called the trunk or massif of the Balkan peninsula, bounded on the north by the rivers Save and Danube, on the west by the Adriatic, on the east by the Black […]

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Greek schools of Pelagonia during 19th cent

The first Greek school of Monastiri was founded on 1830 from N. Varnavas. This school initially consisted of 8 grades, 5 of primary school and 3 of Greek. The first graduates were teachers in other educational institutions in the mid 19th c. like in the central Primary school, in 2nd Primary school in the quarter of Meshar Mahala and in […]

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Modern Writers about the Bulgarian origin of FYROMs slavs

Quote: The town of Monastir, capital of the vilayet of Monsastir, lies just about half way between Bulgarian and Greek territory. North, the majority of Macedonians are Bulgar, south the majority are Hellenes. The villages meet, cross, and mix in the Monastir vilayet. The reason, therefore, we hear so much about disturbances at Monastir is not because the Turks there […]

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Books in Greek education prior to 1936 about Macedonia

Another lie used by propagandists of FYROM is the alledged association in Greek education, of ancient Macedonians as Greeks Only After 1912. These lies are being exposed by the following books and references found in Greek history books from 19th century.  A divine mystical plan at the beginning of which the greatness of the Greek genius became universal; and by the unaniums […]

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Greek feminist newspaper of 1888 verifies Alexander was Greek

Greek feminist newspaper of 1888 verifies Alexander was Greek

From the greek Feminist newspaper “Εφημερίδα των Κυριών“, published in Athens, at the paper of 31 July of 1888. In the text we can read lines like “we, fellow-citizen women, imitating our ancestor, we can break through the Gordian Knot” or “we shouldnt limit the teaching in the typical and etymological grammar, in  analysis of periods and speeches, in the […]

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Macedonian Scholars among the list of Eminent Greek writers after the fall of Byzantine empire

Macedonian Scholars among the list of Eminent Greek writers after the fall of Byzantine empire

In 1854 Andreas Papadopoulos Vretos published a book called “Νεοελληνική φιλολογία, κατάλογος των απο πτώσεως της Βυζαντινής αυτοκρατορίας μέχρι εγκαθιδρύσεως της εν Ελλάδι Βασιλείας τυπωθέντων βιβλίων παρ’ Ελλήνων εις την ομιλουμενην, η εις την αρχαίαν Ελληνικής γλώσσαν” (trans. “Greek philology, list of the published books from Greeks either in modern Greek or in ancient Greek language, counting from the fall […]

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