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Macedonian History : The Bulgarian Origins of FYROM’s Slavs

Macedonian History : The Bulgarian Origins of FYROM’s Slavs

Macedonian History : Indisputable evidence on the Bulgarian Origins of FYROM’s Slavs based on contemporary Bibliography. Quote: The town of Monastir, capital of the vilayet of Monsastir, lies just about half way between Bulgarian and Greek territory. North, the majority of Macedonians are Bulgar, south the majority are Hellenes. The villages meet, cross, and mix in the Monastir vilayet. The […]

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Old photos from Monastiri (Bitola) – Παλιές φωτογραφίες

Από το YouTube channel του Florinamak

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Canadian Newspapers of 1903 about the Bulgarian Uprising of Ilinden

THE TORONTO GLOBE AND MAIL: 1903 *” Salonica. Aug 6. -A special  messenger from Monastir reports that the Bulgarian insurgents have dynamited the Governor’s palace in the town of Krushevo, 23 miles north of Monastir. “ *” Vienna, Aug. 7.- Salonica despatch to the Neue Freie Presse says that 1,000 young Bulgarians have taken the filed in the neighborhood of […]

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Greeks in Monastiri (Bitola) – Οι Έλληνες στο Μοναστήρι (Μπίτολα)

Απο το YouTube Channel του kparlapani

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Ελληνικές επιγραφές στην εκκλησία του Αγίου Δημητρίου στο Μοναστήρι, ΠΓΔΜ.

Ελληνικές επιγραφές στην  εκκλησία του Αγίου Δημητρίου στο Μοναστήρι ΠΓΔΜ. Απο το YouTube channel του kparlapani http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r4wptcCoNi4″ type=”application/x-shockwave-flash” allowfullscreen=”true” width=”425″ height=”344″>

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A brief overview of the Macedonian name issue

A brief overview of the Macedonian name issue

  Miltiades Elia Bolaris July 12, 2009   The Former Yugoslav Republic of Makedonija – FYROM, is the diminutive ex-Yugoslav state that since 1991 has relentlessly and vigorously sought recognition by the international community under its chosen assumed name “Republic of Macedonia”. Greeks have puzzled the world over by steadfastly refusing FYROM´s recognition under this name, basing their refusal on […]

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Manoualion 1747-Saint Demetrios-Bitola(Monastir)-FYROM

This is a manoualion(big candlestick that is used in the christian temples) that is found in the church Saint Demetrios in Bitola(Monastir)-FYROM. Aυτό ειναι ένα μανουάλιο που βρίσκεται στην εκκλησία του αγίου Δημητρίου στο Μοναστήρι(Μπίτολα)-ΦΥΡΟΜ Video by Makedonas82

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ANSWERS TO PROFESSOR VICTOR FRIEDMAN’S ALLEGATIONS ON MACEDONIA‏

ANSWERS TO PROFESSOR VICTOR FRIEDMAN’S ALLEGATIONS ON MACEDONIA‏

Please see article below by SAE of USA answering Dr. Friedman’s comment in an interview (click on the link below) with Christopher Deliso regarding FYROM and the language.   http://www.balkanalysis.com/2008/12/14/victor-friedman-on-macedonia-the-balkanalysiscom-interview/ OUR ANSWERS TO PROFESSOR VICTOR FRIEDMAN’S ALLEGATIONS ON MACEDONIA By Theodore Spyropoulos – USA SAE Coordinator Assisted by Marcus A. Templar-Balkans Expert   Dr. Victor Friedman the so-called “expert” linguist from the University […]

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DOCUMENTS ON THE BILINGUAL GREEKS OF MACEDONIA – GREEK TO THE BONE!

The Bilingual Greeks of Macedonia do not consider themselves as a minority. They are Greek and they understand and speak a second language other than Greek. It is a Slavic Idiom based on Bulgarian and contains Greek, Turkish and Albanian words. It is not the “Makedonski language” of Skopje which was formed by Yugoslav Serbs in 1944 by removing many Greek, […]

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The 1878 Greek Revolution in Macedonia

The 1878 Greek Revolution in Macedonia

More myths created by Skopje are shattered by the following passages:   1) Again, the claim that there was not a Greek movement for liberation from Turkey is a complete lie.   2) The claim that there were no Greeks in Monastiri (Bitolia) is also a complete lie. From the book: ‘Macedonia, The Macedonian Struggle, Greece-Macedonia 4000 Years’, Copyright 1992 by […]

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