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Ανοιχτή επιστολή Γ. Χατζημαρκάκη σχετικά με το συνέδριο της ΜΚΕ στα Σκόπια στις 4.11.2011

Ανοιχτή επιστολή Γ. Χατζημαρκάκη σχετικά με το συνέδριο της ΜΚΕ στα Σκόπια στις 4.11.2011

Ανοιχτή επιστολή Γ. Χατζημαρκάκη σχετικά με το συνέδριο της ΜΚΕ στα Σκόπια στις 4.11.2011 08-11-2011 – 17:26 Ανοικτή επιστολή – απάντηση Γιώργου Χατζημαρκάκη Φαίνεται πως η εθνικιστική προπαγάνδα που έχει αναπτυχθεί από ορισμένους στα Σκόπια εναντίον μου βρίσκει συμπαραστάτες και στην Ελλάδα. Αυτό έχει ως αποτέλεσμα να παρουσιάζονται με στοχευόμενο και στρεβλό τρόπο οι αναφορές μου σε ορισμένα θέματα. Λυπάμαι […]

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Chatzimarkakis : “Makedonski” originates from Bulgarian Dialects and ancient Macedonians were Greeks

Chatzimarkakis : “Makedonski” originates from Bulgarian Dialects and ancient Macedonians were Greeks

MEP Jorgo Chatzimarkakis stated that “Makedonski” cannot be named “Macedonian” and  ancient Macedonians spoke Greek and were ethnically Greek.   MEP Jorgo Chatzimarkakis issued an open letter in his Official Website where the German MP  elaborated on his recent statement about speaking “Makedonski.” Among others, Mr Chatzimarkakis stated: After the end of the meetings, i stated, as a representative of the European Commission, that there are signs from Brussels for […]

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Skopje historically had never been Macedonian

Skopje historically had never been Macedonian

Typical residents of modern Skopje (FYROM) : two Albanians and a cop. – Ancient Scupi (modern Skopje), initially a Paeonian settlement, was founded in early antiquity near Axios (Vardar). It became the Capital of ancient Dardania, hence it was not part of the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedon. – Dardanians were racially, a totally unrelated people to Ancient Macedonians and belonged […]

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The Macedonian Palace in Vergina – Τα Μακεδονικά Ανάκτορα στην Βεργίνα

Greek TV channel SKAI about the Macedonian Palace in Vergina, Macedonia, Greece. Απόσπασμα του δελτίου ειδήσεων του ΣΚΑΪ σχετικά με το Ανάκτορο στην περιοχή της Βεργίνας. Απο το Υoutube channel LiZaAki

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Macedonian Pan-Hellenism before and during Alexander’s Asian Campaign

Macedonian Pan-Hellenism before and during Alexander’s Asian Campaign

Panhellenism during classical ages was a political ideology supporting the belief that the Greek cities could solve their political, social, and economic problems by uniting in common cause and conquering all or part of the mighty Persian Empire. Although the origins of panhellenism should be found in 5th century, it was during the 4th century it reached its peak. Beginning […]

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Historical Greek Symbols in Macedonian Dress

From DopioiMakedones httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FA0CKguu6Nw” type=”application/x-shockwave-flash” allowfullscreen=”true” width=”425″ height=”344″> By Makedonas82

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Cleopatra – Greek Macedonian Descent – Ptolemaic Dynasty

From the YouTube Channel of MACEDONIANHELLINISM Stacy Schiff, on the Daily Show with John Stewart for her new book: “Cleopatra, a life”, verifying that Cleopatra is a Greek. Episode of Dec. 3rd. Cleopatra VII Philopator (in Greek, Κλεοπάτρα Φιλοπάτωρ; (Late 69 BC– August 12, 30 BC) was an ancient Greek queen and the last pharaoh of Ancient Egypt. She was […]

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Modern Macedonian History Index

Modern Macedonian History Index

Modern History of Macedonia   1551 – Nicolas De Nicolay account: Thessalonike is inhabited by Greeks, Jews and Turks 1568 – Mural from Moni Docheiareiou in Mt. Athos 1669 – Monk Robert De Dreux:” Thessalonike is one of the most famous cities of Macedonia and All of Greece“ 1714 – The Greek populations of Thessalonike“ 1796 – Documents speaking about […]

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Metrophanes Kritopoulos (1589-1639) – The Macedonian who became Patriarch of Alexandria

Metrophanes Kritopoulos (1589-1639) – The Macedonian who became Patriarch of Alexandria

Mêtrophanês Kritopoulos, (Greek: Μητροφάνης Κριτόπουλος, ca. 1589–30 May 1639) was a Greek monk and theologian who served as Greek Patriarch of Alexandria between 1636 and 1639. Metrophanes Kritopoulos was a Greek born in Veria, Macedonia in 1589. Originally a monk on Mount Athos, he was a close associate of Cyril Lucaris. He studied at the University of Oxford in England and […]

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Σκόπια: Νέα πλαστογράφηση της Ιστορίας της Μακεδονίας για διεθνή προπαγάνδα

Σκόπια: Νέα πλαστογράφηση της Ιστορίας της Μακεδονίας για διεθνή προπαγάνδα

Σεπτέμβριος 4, 2010. Η πλαστογράφηση της Ιστορίας της Μακεδονίας από τους Σλάβους που κατοικούν στα βορειότερα γεωγραφικά τμήματά της, που έχουν την πρόσκαιρη ονομασία «πΓΔΜ», συνεχίζεται ακατάπαυστα. Νέο ιστορικό βιβλίο παρουσίασαν χθες τα ‘σλαβικά μαργαριτάρια’ που είναι γνωστά για το μίσος τους προς την Ελλάδα. Το βιβλίο είναι γραμμένο στην αγγλική γλώσσα (ένας εκ των τριών ανήκει στη διασπορά της […]

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