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Cambridge Modern History of 1910 – Greeks and Bulgarians in Macedonia

Cambridge Modern History of 1910 – Greeks and Bulgarians in Macedonia

In Macedonia you could find Greeks, Bulgarians,  Vlachs, Turks, Albanians, Serbs…… No mention of a separate “Macedonian” group in 1910. Interesting points: * During a large part of its history, Macedonia has been entirely Greek * Greeks regarded the newer nationalities as upstarts that had NO rights over the land of Alexander the Great! * Macedonia was redeemed to the […]

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Abstracts of Reports of the Immigration Commission 1907-1910

Abstracts of Reports of the Immigration Commission 1907-1910

By ChicagoGeorge Punch 1. Bulgarians, Serbo-Croatians, Greeks and Albanians dominate the Balkan Peninsula. Punch 2. On the BULGARIAN DIALECTS, the so-called “Macedonian” is mentioned Punch 3. Again “Macedonian” is recognized as a Bulgarian dialect. Punch 4. Occasionally in 1907 an immigrant from Turkey called himself a “Macedonian” rather than Turk, Bulgarian, Greek, or Albanian Punch 5. Bosnian, Dalmation, Herzegovinian, Bosnian, […]

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Truth-Revealing Statements by Former FYROM’s Foreign Minister

Truth-Revealing Statements by Former FYROM’s Foreign Minister

Translation in English By Marcus Templar “The indignation of the Macedonists for democracy is the same which they had for [any] opposing views.  The creation of the “Macedonian” nation, almost half century ago, was  materialized  under  the condition of one-party dictatorship. In those days, there was no difference between science and ideology, so the “Macedonian” historiography unopposed comfortably performed a […]

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Ottoman Archives: There is no “Macedonian” Nation

Ottoman Archives: There is no “Macedonian” Nation

In the Turkish Institute of Ottoman Studies, there is a unique document which mentions all the non-muslim Nations during Ottoman era. Naturally the pseudomacedonians are nowhere to be found!!! http://www.osmanli.org.tr/dosyaara.php?bolum=4&id=264 «Gayr-ı Müslimlerin etnik olarak dağılımı ise şöyledir; Rumlar, Yunanlılar, Bulgarlar, Pomaklar, Sırplar, Hırvatlar, Karadağlılar, Bosnalılar, Arnavutlar, Macarlar, Polonyalılar, Çingeneler, Ermeniler, Gürcüler, Süryaniler, Kildaniler, Araplar (Maruni, Melkit vs), Yahudiler, Romenler, Türkler […]

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The Serbs and the Macedonian Question

The Serbs and the Macedonian Question

Source: The Serbian Questions in The Balkans, University of Belgrade, publisher – Faculty of Geography, Belgrade 1995. By Slavenko Terzić                       One of the burning questions in the Balkan history of the second half of the 19th century and at the beginning of the 20th, until the Balkan wars 1912/13, […]

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Second Balkan War

Second Balkan War

         

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Le Figaro defines FYROM’s Slavs as Bulgarians

Le Figaro defines FYROM’s Slavs as Bulgarians

Bulgaria’s Minister without Portfolio for Bulgarians abroad, Bozhidar Dimitrov, said Tuesday he was not at all surprised the French daily “Le Figaro” defined the Macedonian Slavs as Bulgarians. “French journalists have this “strange habit” to ask experts when they write about history. And French historians are some of the best in the world. There is an Institute for Byzantine Studies […]

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The Origins of FYROM’s Slavs

The Origins of FYROM’s Slavs

The deliberate and systematic campaign of Stealing, Distortion and Absorption of the Name, History and Culture of Macedonia by the Slavs of the Former Yugoslav Republic is ongoing today in full scale. It is linked with the deliberate plan to take over a part of Greek Territory which has a Greek identity for thousands of years and is associated with immense pain and […]

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Rare Document of 1912 – Official Manifesto about the Elections in Monastiri

Rare Document of 1912 – Official Manifesto about the Elections in Monastiri

Another Rare Document from 1912 which proves the absurdity of the current slavic claim about existence of “ethnic Macedonians”.  Translation in English: The Committee of Parliamentary Elections in Monastir, comprised of Muslims, Greeks and Bulgarians announce to the honourable electors that they jointly decided the candidate representatives for Monastir to be the following honourable gentlemen: 1. Kenan Zia Bey 2. […]

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Trust those who may be telling the truth

Trust those who may be telling the truth

Nick Michael Hodges July 20, 2010 There was an article published in the American Chronicle on July 4, 2010 by the title “The West We Trust “. The famous writer of that article was, of course, Risto Stefov who happens to be known well for lying, misleading and deceiving his readers about Macedonia and the Macedonians. The author´s letter is […]

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