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Gotse Delchev – The Bulgarian rebel

Gotse Delchev - The Bulgarian rebel

Greek newspaper ‘Empros’ of 27th April 1903 about Delchev and the Bulgarian Uprising of Ilinden. The person in the photo is Goce Delchev. Here is what the newspaper of that era writes about his death. Translation: Quote: The assasinated BULGARIAN leader of rebels August of 1903 “BULGARIAN UPRISING IN MACEDONIA ” ———————————————————————— “We have to work […]

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Ilinden – A Bulgarian Uprising in Macedonia

Ilinden - A Bulgarian Uprising in Macedonia

How contemporary Australian and other foreign newspapers saw the Bulgarian uprising of llinden in 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), […]

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Macedonia – Reports from Australian Newspapers regarding the Bulgarian Uprising of Ilinden Part II

Macedonia - Reports from Australian Newspapers regarding the Bulgarian Uprising of Ilinden Part II

Accounts of the llinden Uprising in Contemporary Australian newspapers, invariably echo how the Uprising was perceived by the general world media. The reader will discover that according to the reports in the Newspapers, (as indeed in those of any other contemporary sources), the Insurgents were identified as the Bulgarians of Macedonia. A “Macedonian” ethnic group simply did not exist!! In accounts which […]

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Canadian Newspapers of 1903 about the Bulgarian Uprising of Ilinden

THE TORONTO GLOBE AND MAIL: 1903 *” Salonica. Aug 6. -A special messenger from Monastir reports that the Bulgarian insurgents have dynamited the Governor’s palace in the town of Krushevo, 23 miles north of Monastir. “ *” Vienna, Aug. 7.- Salonica despatch to the Neue Freie Presse says that 1,000 young Bulgarians have taken the filed in the neighborhood of […]

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Sitel: Bulgaria usurps flags of Ilinden rebels, FYROMacedonian-Adrianopolitan Volunteer Corps and even the regiment of Skopje

Sitel: Bulgaria usurps flags of Ilinden rebels, FYROMacedonian-Adrianopolitan Volunteer Corps and even the regiment of Skopje 10 August 2009 | 13:33 | FOCUS News Agency Skopje. Anti Bulgarian suspicion and hysteria shake the media in Skopje FOCUS News Agency messenger in FYROMacedonian capital informed. Along with widely commented detention of Spaska Mitrova and triggered discussion whether […]

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The Ilinden-Preobrazhenie Uprising started on this day in 1903

The Ilinden-Preobrazhenie Uprising started on this day in 1903 2 August 2009 | 00:09 | FOCUS News Agency The Ilinden-Preobrazhenie Uprising was an organized revolt against the Ottoman Empire, which was prepared and carried out by the Secret Macedonian-Adrianople Revolutionary Organization. The British researcher of the Balkans H. N. Brailsford wrote in his book Macedonia: Its […]

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The De-Bulgarization of Vardar Macedonia - How the Lie was Created

Yugoslavia was originally formed as the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes after World War I, a state without ethnic homogenity. The Serbian national element was the most powerful, and Yugoslavia has always been some version of a Greater Serbia. Vardar Macedonia, the main portion of the geographical district “Macedonia,” was an­nexed to Serbia in 1913, under the name South […]

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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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Evidence about the Bulgarian Leader Goce Delchev

Greek newspaper ‘Empros’ of 27th April 1903 about Delchev and Ilinden. The person in the photo is Goce Delchev. Here is what the newspaper of that era writes about his death. Translation: Quote: The assasinated BULGARIAN leader of rebels August of 1903 “BULGARIAN UPRISING IN MACEDONIA ” ———————————————————————— “We have to work courageously, organizing […]

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Risto Stefov and the falsification of Ancient Macedonian history

Risto Stefov and the falsification of Ancient Macedonian history

Australian Macedonian Advisory Council October 29, 2008 Dear Editors,I feel obliged to write to you in order to express my deepest concern for the deliberate manipulation of well-evidenced historical events which is clearly reflected in the article “Most modern Greeks today believe the Ancient Macedonians were Greek” written by Mr. Risto Stefov. The specific article is […]

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