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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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The Outlook of 1909 about the Greek Districts of Macedonia

The Outlook of 1909 about the Greek Districts of Macedonia

By ChicagoGeorge

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The Odd Couple; The Stefov – Gandeto connection

The Odd Couple; The Stefov – Gandeto connection

By Nick Michael Hodges In his article “The little Dictionary had no chance”, which was published in the American Chronicle on April 17, 2011, Risto Stefov says that he is wondering why the Greeks are behaving the way they do and he has obviously found somebody by the name J.S.G. Gandeto who has written a book called “The Theft of […]

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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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A Classical Education to Treasure

A Classical Education to Treasure

By Paul Levy OXFORD—”Heracles to Alexander the Great: Treasures from the Royal Capital of Macedon, a Hellenic Kingdom in the Age of Democracy” is as crowded with objects as its title is with ideas. The Ashmolean manages to cram in about 500 objects, discovered in the royal tombs and palaces of Aegae (modern-day Vergina in the north of Greece), most […]

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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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Cosmos Episodio part 5/6 – ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΕΙΑ

Cosmos Episodio part 5/6 – ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΕΙΑ

Cosmos Episodio part 5/6        FROM:http://www.youtube.com/user/KosmosLF

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Can Classical Mythology be “explained” through the use of Slavomacedonian vocabulary?

Can Classical Mythology be “explained” through the use of Slavomacedonian vocabulary?

Sunday, January 16, 2011    Persephone’s abduction by Plouton from an ancient Greek painting on a wall of a tomb at the ancient Macedonian capital of Aegai, Central Macedonia, Greece.    This article was instantaneously published at the American Chronicle: http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/view/211763 Το παρών άρθρο δημοσιεύτηκε ταυτόχρονα και στο Αμέρικαν Κρόνικλ.   FALSIFYING HISTORY – FABRICATING A FAKE IDENTITY: Skopjan pseudo-Makedonism […]

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Are the modern SlavicMacedonians descended from the Greeks and Alexander the Great?

Are the modern SlavicMacedonians descended from the Greeks and Alexander the Great?

Map courtesy CIA World Factbook by James Mayfield (Chairman, European Heritage Library) This article analyzes the intense political and cultural conflict between modern Macedonian Slavs and Greeks over the ethnic origin of the Macedonian people, especially whether or not they descend from ancient Macedon and Alexander the Great. The inter-cultural debate over their history is so intense that Macedonia was […]

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Catherine Vida: ” 300,000 Greeks live in FYROM”

Catherine Vida: ” 300,000 Greeks live in FYROM”

Catherine Vida, 64 years old, daughter of a Democratic Army rebel immigrated to FYROM after a long journey to the Iron Curtain countries. Her family lost the Greek citizenship but not the Greek nationality. She lives and strives for Greece, she is ready to die for Greece and she teaches Greek in Prilep ( Perlepe),where she lives. Now she is […]

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