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Foreign newspapers about the Bulgarian Uprising in Ilinden

Foreign newspapers about the Bulgarian Uprising in Ilinden

New York Times – 14 August 1903 Fitchbourg Daily Sentinel 1903 Welsborough Gazzete 15 Octomber 1903 Ogden Standard 11 October 1903   Lincoln Evening News 14 October 1903 Delphos Daily Herald Times September 1903 Courier 1903 New York Times 26 August 1903 15 August 1903 19 August 1903

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Revelation –  Letter of 1903 by the so-called ‘”Macedonian” Committee of America’  to New York Times: “We are Bulgarians”
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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The Birth of a Clone State – Part VI

The Birth of a Clone State – Part VI

The Birth of a Clone State   Part VI By Georgios Gialtouridis The term clone is derived from κλών (klon), the Greek word for twig or branch, referring to the process whereby a new plant can be created from a twig.   In statements to a human rights activist investigating human rights abuses in the former Yugoslavia, Dimitris Petrusis, a […]

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“The Twentieth Century” published in 1903 by James Knowles
Ohrid and St. Naum

Ohrid and St. Naum

“Old Tracks and New Landmarks” By  Mary Walker, 1897 OCHRIDA, AND THE MONASTERY OF ST. NAUM. The situation of Ochrida is one of the most beautiful in this land of picturesque beauty — the lake district of Western Turkey, on the borders of Albania. The city rose into importance in the  reign of Justinian, when Lychnidus, on the eastern shore […]

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“When i was in Greece” – Confessions of a Macedonian, 1913
Testimonies from Australian Newspapers of 1903 – Ilinden, a Bulgarian Uprising

Testimonies from Australian Newspapers of 1903 – Ilinden, a Bulgarian Uprising

How contemporary Australian newspapers saw the ‘llinden uprising’ of 1903…     Accounts of the llinden Uprising in Australian newspapers of the time, invariably echo the way ihe event was perceived by the general world media. The reader will discover thai according to the reports in the newspapers, (as indeed in those of any other contemporary source), the Insurgent Slavs […]

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Medieval Slavic Sources prove the Greekness of Macedonia

Medieval Slavic Sources prove the Greekness of Macedonia

Patriarch Euthymius of Turnovo (Patriarch of Bulgaria between 1375 and 1393) in his “Hagiography of St. Ilarion Maglenski” wrote about the Bulgarian Char Kaloyan: Translation in English: “He was very brave, then, conquered a large part of the Greek land, namely Thrace and Macedonia, the Tribalia and Dalmatia, in those added Neada (sic) and Ellada and still Aitolia.” From the above it […]

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Nationality & The War 1915

Nationality & The War 1915

Arnold Toynbee can’t be any clearer than this. In Ottoman Macedonia (or at it’s demise during WWII), the Slavs from south of Skopje are CLEARLY Bulgars in RACE and DIALECT until they bump up against the Greeks who predominate the coastal zones of Macedonia. Both Bulgars have enclaves in the southern coastal zones and Greeks in the central hinterland. Makedonskis […]

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