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South Slavic Union

Τα μεγάλα όνειρα τον φίλων μας Σέρβων και Βουλγαρων που πρέπει να μας ανησυχούν όλους   South Slavic Union From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The South Slavic Union was a late 19th to early 20th century idea of a federation encompassing all South Slavic states. [edit] History Following the weakening of the Ottoman Empire prior to World War I, Serbia […]

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The Macedonian Dispute as a Yugoslav-Bulgarian conflict

Dr. George Voskopoulos July 22, 2008 The name dispute between Greece and FYROM has been seen primarily as a conflict between Greece and FYROM. Yet historically the third factor of the dispute was Bulgarian policy and its aim to annex Yugoslav and Greek Macedonia. This very aim gave Belgrade a powerful motive in creating and cementing a distinct, artificial “Macedonian” […]

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