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Yane Sandanski – The Bulgarian Revolutionary claimed by FYROM’s propaganda

Yane Sandanski – The Bulgarian Revolutionary claimed by FYROM’s propaganda

Articles from contemporary newspapers breaking into pieces the claims of FYROM’s propaganda. Sunday Aug 30 1908 – TheWashington Post   Waterloo Reporter – September 12 1909 Davenport Daily Republic October 27 1901 Galveston Daily News 1909 Middle Town Daily – 1909 The New York Times april 22 1902 Sandanski Galveston News 1909

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SlavoBulgarian Anti-Macedonian Struggle, 1897-1903

SlavoBulgarian Anti-Macedonian Struggle, 1897-1903

One of the less known aspects of the Macedonian question has been the needlessly Cruel methods and Crimes commited by the SlavoBulgarian Komitadjis against the Greek population of Macedonia. The Bulgarian bands had been notorious for their murders and outrages against non-combatants and especially the Greeks of Macedonia.  The list is certainly not complete and never will be, since noone could […]

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Maps depicting Macedonia as part of Greece through Ages

1. Map of 1581 Macedonia and Greece in 1581 The Belgian geographer Abraham Ortelius was appointed Geographer to the king of Spain in 1580. At the time the Low Countries were under Spanish control. This map of Greece was printed in 1581. It shows Macedonia, of course, as a part of Greece. It also shows that Greece existed then at […]

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“Handbook for travellers in Greece:describing the Ionian islands,the kingdom of Greece,the islands of the Aegean Sea with Albania,Thessaly and Macedonia” – 1854

“Handbook for travellers in Greece:describing the Ionian islands,the kingdom of Greece,the islands of the Aegean Sea with Albania,Thessaly and Macedonia” – 1854

<Handbook for travellers in Greece:describing the Ionian islands,the kingdom of Greece,the islands of the Aegean Sea with Albania,Thessaly and Macedonia>,published in London,1854,by John Murray. Murray’s first trip to Macedonia started from Larisa,he came across the valey of Tempe,arrived in Thessaloniki and continued to Mt Athos in Halkidiki. In the relevant pages which i quote(413,414,415,416,418) According to John Murray,the inhabitants of Monastir […]

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Hugh Pulton, Who are the Macedonians

Quote: The three peoples in Macedonia with the longest claim to continuity are the Greeks, the Vlachs (possibly descendants of Romanized elements of the original Thracians) and the Albanians who claim descent from the ancient Illyrians. The Slavs, an Indo-European people originating in east-central Europe, had begun to cross the Danube into the Balkans by the 6th cent AD. In […]

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Mark Mazower, Salonica City of Ghosts

Mark Mazower, Salonica City of Ghosts

Quote: Meanwhile, in Salonica itself, a militant new organization was incubating: in November 1893 the ‘Bulgarian MacedoAdrianopolitan Revolutionary Committee’ was founded by a group of men reared on the ideas of Russian anarchism, and proclaimed open to any who wished to fight for liberation from the Turks and autonomy for Macedonia. Sofia-based activists regarded it with suspicion and did not […]

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Ultimate Source List of Internet about the Bulgarian origins of Slavs in FYROM

Ultimate Source List of Internet about the Bulgarian origins of Slavs in FYROM

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 […]

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Edward J. Erickson – Defeat in Detail: The Ottoman Army in the Balkans, 1912-1913″

Quote: Modern turkish histories present the idea that the macedonian question was the essential ingredient in understanding the volatile mix of problems that ultimately led to Balkan wars. Because the population of Macedonia was primarily Bulgarian, it was influenced heavily by the events of 1878. It is very likely that the establishment of the greater Bulgaria envisioned by the treaty […]

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The outgoing Turk : impressions of a journey through the western Balkans (1897)

The outgoing Turk : impressions of a journey through the western Balkans (1897)

The outgoing Turk : impressions of a journey through the western Balkans (1897) by Thomson, H. C. (Harry Craufuird) Macedonian population consisted of people from different races, mostly Greek, Serb and Bulgarian, whose fellow countrymen were eager to assist. Greek insurgents under the chief Lepeliotis fought with Turks. Notice the mention of Greek villages in Macedonia. Here we get the info Thessalonike […]

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French consul in 1831: Macedonia consists of Greeks and Bulgarians

French consul in 1831: Macedonia consists of Greeks and Bulgarians

From “Voyage dans la Macedoine” by Cousinery Consul-General of Thessalonike, 1831

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