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Skopjan myth about Deca Belgaci exposed – Testimony of Irene Damopoulou Part II

Skopjan myth about Deca Belgaci exposed – Testimony of Irene Damopoulou Part II

   THE CRY OF IRENE   The true story of a young girl, Irene Damopoulou from Kastoria, in western Macedonia, that began during the years of the internal Greek conflict (1946-1949)                 By       Ioannis Bougas …………………………………………………………………………………. …………………………………………………………………………………. “Paidomazwma” – “Children Gathering”       A Short time after my uncle […]

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Philip II of Macedon

Philip II of Macedon

The famous king (Βασιλεύς) of ancient Macedonia and father of Alexander the Great, Philip II was born in 383/82 BC. He was son of the king Amyntas III and queen Eurydice. His brothers were Alexander II, Perdiccas III and Eurynoe, while he had also 3 half brothers, the sons of Gygaea,  namely Menelaus, Arrhidaeus and Archelaus. [1] Early Life In 368 […]

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Nigel Guy wilson , Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece (2006)

Nigel Guy wilson , Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece (2006)

Quote: 1) “The latest archaeological findings have confirmed that Macedonia took it’s name from a tribe of tall , Greek-speaking people , the Makednoi …” 2) “The Macedonian kingdom streched more or less as far north as the present northern border of Greece.” 3) “The “vulgar” Macedonians were not unanimously accepted by “refined” southern Greeks , especialy the Atheneans , […]

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Modern writers about the Bulgarian origin of FYROM slavs – Ashmead-Bartlett Ellis

Modern writers about the Bulgarian origin of FYROM slavs – Ashmead-Bartlett Ellis

From the book “With the Turks In Thrace”, 1913 by Ashmead-Bartlett, Ellis. Macedonia is inhabited by Greeks and Bulgarians. The Greeks are killing eachother with Bulgarians since these are the only ethnicities in Macedonia and for change they slaughter themselves with Turks. Thousands of Bulgarians have migrated to Bulgaria from Macedonia. The insurgent bands, fighting for the freedom of Macedonia […]

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