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Letter from World Pan-Macedonian Associations to the German Chancellor Angela Merkel

Letter from World Pan-Macedonian Associations to the German Chancellor Angela Merkel

WORLD PAN-MACEDONIAN ASSOCIATIONS Communication: Nina Gatzoulis Coordinator of the Committee of World Pan-Macedonian Associations Email: [email protected] September 3, 2014 Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel Willy-Brandt-Straße 110557 Berlin Germany Dear Madame Chancellor, We, the worldwide representatives of about 3.5 million Macedonians, (Greeks originating from Macedonia in Greece), would like to highlight our interest in statements made by you at the recent Western Balkans […]

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AHEPA Montreal letter to the National Post

AHEPA Montreal letter to the National Post

National Post Editor Department 1450 Don Mills Road, Suite 300 Don Mills, ON  M3B3R5 Fax: 1 (416) 368-2305 December 13, 2011 Re: “Time to let Macedonia play with the big boys”, Full Comment, November 28, 2011,  Metodija A. Koloski and Mark Branov “A Country Called Macedonia”, November 29, 2011, Met. A. Koloski and Mark Branov Dear Editor(s), I am writing to you this […]

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A letter from Megarovo’s inhabitants in 1904 declaring their Greekness

A letter from Megarovo’s inhabitants in 1904 declaring their Greekness

Another evidence of the heroic resistance of the Greek element in the prosyletizing plans of the Bulgarian and Roumanian propaganda in Macedonia, is found on the letter of the Megarovo’s inhabitants back in 1904. The letter is a courageous confession of faith in Orthodoxy, pride of the Historical and Religious traditions which they inherited from their glorious Greek ancestors  and a Greek patriotic […]

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The Use of phrases ‘ουχ Ομόφυλου γένους’ and “Αλλόφυλον γένος” in ancient sources

The Use of phrases ‘ουχ Ομόφυλου γένους’ and “Αλλόφυλον γένος” in ancient sources

One of the usual arguments being raised by the few supporters of the alleged non-Greekness of ancient Macedonians mention references by Isocrates in his letter to Philip II of Macedon. Specifically the usage by Isocrates of the phrases “Αλλόφυλον το Γένος”, “Ουχ Ομοφύλου γένους”. We are going to examine the validity of this argument and whether it constitutes an indication of non-greekness of Macedonia. […]

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