Category: Skopjan Propaganda

Sources about the Bulgarian rebel Gotse Delchev

Sources about the Bulgarian rebel Gotse Delchev

Greek newspaper ‘Empros’ of 27th April 1903 about Delchev and Ilinden.                 The person in the photo is Goce Delchev. Here is what the newspaper of that era writes about his death. Translation: Quote: The assasinated BULGARIAN leader of rebels August of 1903 “BULGARIAN UPRISING IN MACEDONIA ” ————————————————————————  “Freedom or Death: The Life of […]

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Evidence on the Greek ethnicity of Ancient Macedonians

Fact #1 “Alexander the Great was Greek” Alexander’s Greek descent, and in general Argead Greek lineage went unquestioned by ancient Greek and Roman writers, revealing a widely belief in ancient Greek and Roman world (including of course Macedonians themselves), the Argead royal house were Greeks descended from Argos of Peloponnese. The founder of their house belonged to the royal house […]

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Letters prove the Bulgarian character of Ilinden uprising

The text of four letters between Robert Graves and P. McGregor to R. Graves concerning the Ilinden Uprising. Contents Graves to O’Conor, Thessaloniki, August 4th, 1903. O’Conor to Graves, Monastir, August 4th, 1903. P. McGregor to R. Graves, Monastir, September 8th, 1903 P. McGregor to R. Graves, Monastir, September 27th, 1903 R. Graves to N. O’Conor Thessaloniki, August 4th, 1903 […]

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FYROM propaganda regarding the ethnicity of ancient Macedonians

The following text will expose the lies and deliberate distortion of history coming out from propaganda sites of FYROM. Falsified claims from the propaganda site historyofmacedonia.org. http://www.historyofmacedonia.org/AncientMacedonia/Ethnicity.html Ethnicity of Ancient Macedonians   Claim: contrary to modern greek claims, macedonia was never part of greece, and the ancient macedonians were not regarded as ancient greeks. In reality the fact that Macedonia […]

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FYROM lie #3 “Philip of Macedon didnt unite the Greek city-states”

Taken from the propagandistic site : faq.macedonia org/history/ancient.macedonia/greeklie3.html Παράθεση: [1]”[If Philip and Alexander were “uniting” the Greek states, then, why were the Greeks fighting for the liberty of Greece?]” Because obviously the slogan “fighting for the Liberty of Greece” was too catchy for those greeks who used it since none into the greek world wanted anyone in the top of […]

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Ancient sources about ancient Macedonia

Ancient writers about Macedonia – Herodotus Ancient writers about Macedonia – Thucydides Ancient writers about Macedonia – Strabo Ancient writers about Macedonia – Plutarch Ancient writers about Macedonia – Arrian Ancient writers about Macedonia – Diodorus Siculus Ancient writers about Macedonia – Polybius Ancient writers about Macedonia – Isocrates Ancient writers about Macedonia – Aeschines Ancient writers about Macedonia – Callisthenes Ancient writers about Macedonia – Pausanias Ancient writers about Macedonia […]

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100 Modern historians about the greekness of ancient Macedonia

100 Modern historians about the greekness of ancient Macedonia

 Modern historians about Macedonia – N.G.L Hammond  Modern historians about Macedonia – R. Malcolm Errington Modern historians about Macedonia – Robin Lane Fox Modern historians about Macedonia – Richard Stoneman Modern historians about Macedonia – Ulrich Wilcken Modern historians about Macedonia – Eugene Borza Modern historians about Macedonia – Ernst Badian Modern historians about Macedonia – Charles Edson Modern historians about Macedonia – John Maxwell O’Brien Modern […]

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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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Skopjan propaganda # 5 “Alexander’s army was not a Greek army”

In response to the misinformation and falsification of history from the site http://faq.macedonia.org we are going to provide references both by Ancient and Modern sources refuting the lies and misinformation from FYROM. – Ancient Sources – 1 . “Porus, bringing up his elephants, followed these movements, guided by the noise, and Alexander gradually led him to make these marches, parallel […]

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Modern Historians about Macedonia – Nicholas G. L. Hammond

Modern Historians about Macedonia – Nicholas G. L. Hammond

Professor N.G.L Hammond Quote: The strand in his[Alexander] personality which needs to be emphasised in his religious faith. Since childhood he had worshipped Heracles Patrous, the son of Zeus and a mortal woman and through his mother he was descended from Achilles, son of the goddess Thetis and a mortal Peleus. In his mother’s veins there was also the blood […]

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