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The  1809 “Monophyllo” of Alexander by Rigas Velestilnis-Ferraios

The 1809 “Monophyllo” of Alexander by Rigas Velestilnis-Ferraios

The Alexander Flyer/Leaflet originally published in 1797 by Rigas Velestilnis-Ferraios and republished 11 years after his death in 1809 . It is written in Greek (left side) and French (right side) and describes the life of Alexander the Great ‘leader of the Greeks’. Here is the English translation: Writing at the top: ‘This engraving represents the busts of Alexander and those […]

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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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Declarations of Union with Greece- Temporary government of Elimia

Declarations of Union with Greece- Temporary government of Elimia

The following is from page 87 of the book by Konstantinos Douflias: THE REVOLUTIONARY DECLARATION OF THE TEMPORARY GOVERNMENT OF ELIMIA (WESTERN MACEDONIA) In the county of Elimia in Western Macedonia (present day Kozani; in Macedonia, Greece), another group of Greek Revolutionaries took up arms in 1878 in the town of Bourino around the same time as their compatriots […]

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1878 – Proclamation of the Temporary Government of Macedonia requesting Unification with Greece

1878 - Proclamation of the Temporary Government of Macedonia requesting Unification with Greece

THE PROCLAMATION OF THE TEMPORARY GOVERNMENT OF MACEDONIA REQUESTING UNIFICATION WITH GREECE; REVOLUTION ON MT. OLYMPUS. This proclamation shatters 3 Skopjan myths (lies) about Macedonia: Myth (Lie) #1: The name ‘Macedonia’ was not used by Greeks until after 1988. Until 1988, the area was known as ‘Northern Greece’ or ‘Northern New Territories’. As is evident in the Proclamation written in […]

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