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The Ancient World As Seen By Afrocentrists

By Mary Lefkowitz Introduction At some schools and universities in the USA today students are learning a version of ancient history that is strikingly different from what is being taught to their counterparts in Europe.[1] This new narrative cannot be reconciled with the traditional account, which is still being taught in the vast majority of schools and universities. Advocates of […]

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We are indigeneous Macedonians, therefore we are Greek

Nick Michael Hodges Yes, we are Greeks like Alexander the Great but we are, also, Macedonian Greeks or Macedonian people living in the Macedonian province of Greece. Now, if we are Macedonian people with a Greek ethnic identity, then, obviously the South Slavonian Slav people of former Yugoslavia are not and cannot be also Macedonians unless they think […]

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Identity of the Macedonians

Identity of the Macedonians Nick Michael Hodges March 16, 2010 In one of his articles. Mr. Stefov says ” I think, therefore I am” but I can assure him that he does not really think and, therefore, he is not what he falsely and fraudulently thinks that he is. However, I really think and, therefore, I am what he and […]

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Travels in Syria and the Holy Land – John Lewis Burckhardt, 1822

Travels in Syria and the Holy Land - John Lewis Burckhardt, 1822

Quote: The principal geographical discoveries of our traveller, are the nature of the country between the Dead Sea and the gulf of Aelana, now Akaba;- the extent, conformation, and detailed topography of the Haouran;-the site of Apameia on the Orontes, one of the most important cities of Syria under the Macedonian Greeks; Quote: When the Macedonian Greeks first became […]

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Foreign newspapers of 19th/20th c. about Macedonia

Foreign newspapers of 19th/20th c. about Macedonia

Macedonian Greeks between 1901-1903 from New York Times. US newspapers of early 20th Century about the ‘heroes’ of FYROM. Gotse Delchev Miss Stone was Kindnapped by…Bulgarians. New York Times : October 12, 1901 Boris Sarafoff the Bulgarian Revolutionary New York Times - December 13, 1907 Sandansky the Bulgarian Brigand Washington Post, Aug 30, 1908 Quote: Bulgarian Brigand Sandansky Sides With […]

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Modern historians about Macedonia - D. G. Hogarth

“The ancient East” By D.G Hogarth Page 80 Quote: It [Macedonia] was inhabited by sturdy gentry and peasantry and by agile highlanders, all composed of the same racial elements as the Greeks,with perhaps a preponderant infusion of northern blood which had come south long ago with emigrants from the Danubian lands The social development of the Macedonians - to […]

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