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Skopje – a city with Bulgarian population through history

Quote: Si la Bulgarie, après beaucoup d’hésitations et non sans regret, a fait le grand sacrifice d’abandonner Uskub, dont la population est bulgare Documents diplomatiques français (1871-1914). By France. Commission de publication des documents relatifs aux origines de la guerre de 1914 Translation: If Bulgaria, after many hesitations and not without regret, did the great sacrifice and give up Uskub, […]

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Modern writers about the Bulgarian origin of FYROM slavs – Ashmead-Bartlett Ellis

Modern writers about the Bulgarian origin of FYROM slavs – Ashmead-Bartlett Ellis

From the book “With the Turks In Thrace”, 1913 by Ashmead-Bartlett, Ellis. Macedonia is inhabited by Greeks and Bulgarians. The Greeks are killing eachother with Bulgarians since these are the only ethnicities in Macedonia and for change they slaughter themselves with Turks. Thousands of Bulgarians have migrated to Bulgaria from Macedonia. The insurgent bands, fighting for the freedom of Macedonia […]

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Modern writers about the Bulgarian origin of FYROMs Slavs – Francis Seymour Stevenson

Modern writers about the Bulgarian origin of FYROMs Slavs – Francis Seymour Stevenson

Taken from the book “History Of Montenegro” by Francis Seymour Stevenson, 1914  In page 24 we can find: Stevenson makes it explicit that the Ethnicities suffering from the extension of Serbian state were Greeks, Magyars, Shkipetars and Bulgarians since unfortunately for the usual propagandists of fYROM, these were the only Ethnicities of the region.  Its even interesting to witness the fact Stevenson mentions […]

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E. G. Ravenstein in 1877 – No “Macedonians” but Bulgarians

E. G. Ravenstein in 1877 – No “Macedonians” but Bulgarians

E. G. Ravenstein Journal of the Statistical Society of London, Vol. 40, No. 3 (Sep., 1877), pp. 433-467 In 1877, one of the most eminent geographers and expert in population migrations, E. G. Ravenstein published in the “Journal of the Statistical Society of London” an account with statistics after years of researches in reference to the populations of Russia and European Turkey. Its […]

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