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Γεώργιος Μόδης και η Μακεδονία

Γεώργιος Μόδης και η Μακεδονία

Γεώργιος Μόδης και η Μακεδονία Η γέννηση ενός λαού Επιμέλεια: Γιώργος Εχέδωρος (Από το βιβλίο του Γ. Μόδη “Ο Μακεδονικός αγών και η νεώτερη Μακεδονική Ιστορία”. Θεσσαλονίκη 1967.) Ο Γεώργιος Μόδης θεωρείται και είναι πρώτη πηγή για τα γεγονότα που διαδραματίστηκαν στο μακεδονικό χώρο από τις αρχές του 20ου αιώνα. Ο γνωστός μακεδονομάχος-συγγραφέας- πολιτικός Γεώργιος Μόδης γεννήθηκε το 1887 στο […]

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The New Macedonian Question

The New Macedonian Question

Australian Macedonian Advisory Council October 23, 2008 In Europe there are many place-names which have strong historical associations, but none more so than Macedonia [1]. It is a measure of the fame of the ancient Macedonians, that their name has survived for over 2,500 years to describe a corner of the Balkan Peninsula, long after they themselves ceased to play […]

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The Macedonian issue and the Bush administration

The Macedonian issue and the Bush administration

Australian Macedonian Advisory Council October 15, 2008 Greece‘s concern at the frequent provocations and indications from its northern neighbor, FYROM, that it harbors territorial aspirations against Greece are often dismissed in Washington, especially so under the Bush administration. A recent controversy where an advertisement from the Absolut Vodka company depicting California as part of Mexico has showed that American politicians […]

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HOW SERBIAN PROPAGANDA INFLUENCED AND EVENTUALLY CHANGED MACEDONISM

HOW SERBIAN PROPAGANDA INFLUENCED AND EVENTUALLY CHANGED MACEDONISM

Control of the Bulgarophile population (who self-identified Bulgarian) in the Southern-most area of the Kingdom of Serbia known as Vardarska Banovina, was of the utmost importance for Serbs who used political and educational propaganda in a systematic way in order to keep Vardarska Banovina from uniting with the Kingdom of Bulgaria in the late 19th and early 20th Centuries.   Essentially, where Serbs […]

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Time Magazine Archives smash Fyrom’s propaganda

What was going on? The Greek Governor General of Macedonia [USE OF TERM “MACEDONIA” BY THE GREEK STATE PRIOR TO 1989 – ONE MORE LIE FROM FYROM EXPOSED] said that no refugees were streaming into Yugoslavia, charged that Slav terrorists were raiding Greek villages. From Rome the Chicago Daily News’s Balkan-wise Leigh White cabled: Marshal Tito had apparently launched his […]

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Tito and the rise and fall of Yugoslavia by Richard West

Tito and the rise and fall of Yugoslavia by Richard West

From the wonderful book of Richard West “Tito and the rise and fall of Yugoslavia” we cant but notice that there were no “Ethnic macedonians” but a mixture of Greeks, slavs, albanians and avars. The Greek monks Cyril and Methodius brought the Cyrillic script to Serbs, Bulgarians and Russians while in the major battles of Balkans there was no mention […]

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