American minister in Greece, and his report of the events in 1913. The underlined parts clearly indicate that he believes The Monastir region of Macedonia is a mixture of mainly Bulgarians and Greeks. By ChicagoGeorgeRead more ›
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Dr. George Voskopoulos June 25, 2008 For almost half a century of Cold War antagonism US foreign policy played a catalytic role in keeping allies together and providing sound and much required leadership. Joseph Nye rightly suggested that for “almost five decades, the containment of Soviet power provided a North Star to guide American foreign policy”. Washington was the provider […]Read more ›
February 04 1915 – Manitoba Morning Free Press about the RACES OF MACEDONIA. Of course No “ethnic Macedonians” August 23 1906 – “The Atlanta Constitution”. Turks acknowledge Greeks and Bulgarians in Macedonia that are being persecuted. No sign of “Ethnic Macedonians” either. January 06 1906 “The Washington Post” …. Macedonia had ONLY Greek, Bulgarian and Serbian Revolutionary bands June 03 1905 The Washington Post – […]Read more ›
Macedonian Greeks between 1901-1903 from New York Times. US newspapers of early 20th Century about the ‘heroes’ of FYROM. Gotse Delchev Miss Stone was Kindnapped by…Bulgarians. New York Times : October 12, 1901 Boris Sarafoff the Bulgarian Revolutionary New York Times – December 13, 1907 Sandansky the Bulgarian Brigand Washington Post, Aug 30, 1908 Quote: Bulgarian Brigand Sandansky Sides With […]Read more ›
1. Modern writers about the Bulgarian origin of FYROMs Slavs – John Foster Fraser 2. Modern writers about the Bulgarian origin of FYROM slavs – Keith Brown 3. Modern writers about the Bulgarian origin of FYROMs Slavs – Francis Seymour Stevenson 4. Modern writers about the Bulgarian origin of FYROMs Slavs – William Miller 5. Modern writers about the Bulgarian […]Read more ›