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

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. By Kostas68

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Bulgarian Protest in support of Spaska Mitrova to be staged at FYROM’s embassy in Bulgaria

Bulgarian Protest in support of Spaska Mitrova to be staged at FYROM’s embassy in Bulgaria

According to FYROM’s newspaper Vreme, a group of Bulgarian will  stage a protest in front of FYROM’s embassy in Bulgaria as a mark of support to Spaska Mitrova from Gevgelija whom “they believe to be unfairly sentenced on three-month imprisonment”. The citizens decided to organize the protest in Facebook since FYROM’s President Gjorge Ivanov refused to pardon Mitrova over humane reasons. Apart […]

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A1: Spaska Mitrova convicted for being Bulgarian, RADKO claims

5 August 2009 | 13:41 | FOCUS News Agency Skopje. “Was Spaska Mitrova convicted for being a Bulgarian or is she just using her Bulgarian passport as an alibi?” asks the FYROM’s А1 TV. 23-year-old Mitrova has been in jail for several days serving a 3-month sentence for not letting her husband visit their 2-year-old daughter. To her kin, to the […]

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Spaska Mitrova case – comments in FYROM’s media

Spaska Mitrova case – comments in FYROM’s media

Skopje/Sofia. Sofia and Skopje again exchanged diplomatic notes. This time the new government of Prime Minister Boyko Borisov did not hesitate much on the case with Spaska Mitrova and sent “a threatening diplomatic note” while Skopje responded with much moderate tone,  Dnevnik daily writes. Sofia warns it will consider FYROM’s attitude towards this and similar cases as one of the […]

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Byzantine–Bulgarian Wars

Byzantine–Bulgarian Wars

Byzantine–Bulgarian Wars From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Byzantine-Bulgarian Wars Clockwise from right: The battle of Anchialus; Khan Omurtag; The Emperors of Bulgaria and Byzantium negotiate for peace; Emperor Nikephoros II Phokas. Date 680 – 1355 Location Balkan peninsula Result Ottoman Rule of the Balkans Territorial changes Both empires had numerous territorial changes     Commanders Asparukh Krum Boris I Simeon […]

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The Ilinden-Preobrazhenie Uprising started on this day in 1903

The Ilinden-Preobrazhenie Uprising started on this day in 1903   2 August 2009 | 00:09 | FOCUS News Agency       The Ilinden-Preobrazhenie Uprising was an organized revolt against the Ottoman Empire, which was prepared and carried out by the Secret Macedonian-Adrianople Revolutionary Organization. The British researcher of the Balkans H. N. Brailsford wrote in his book Macedonia: Its […]

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Skopjan irredentism: one of the latest chapters.

Skopjan irredentism: one of the latest chapters.

We have been witnesses a myriad of times to the ever growing ultra nationalism spread among the population of the State of Skopje and also its diaspora. An extreme political stance sponsored by the government of the FYROM ,as far as the interior of this country is concearned, with actions like the renaming of the Skopje city stadium to “Philip […]

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Pasko Kuzman Claims Ohrid is Presented as Bulgarian by its Inhabitants and Outsiders [09-V-2009]

FYROMian public archaeologist № 1 Pasko Kuzman claims that Ohrid is presented as a Bulgarian historic town by some of its inhabitants as well as tourist guides from Bulgaria.    

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Evidence about the Bulgarian Leader Goce Delchev

Evidence about the Bulgarian Leader Goce 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 ” ————————————————————————  “We have to work courageously, organizing […]

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The Greeks of Macedonia in Slavic Sources

The Greeks of Macedonia in Slavic Sources

One of the common Myths of FYROM’s propaganda imposed on their population is the notion that there were NO Greeks prior to the establisment of the Kingdom of Greece (Βασίλειο των Ελλήνων) in the aftermath of the Greek revolution of 1821. More absurb theories emanating mostly by the radical groups of FYROM’s diaspora claim that Greeks were NEVER found in Macedonia prior to […]

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