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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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FYROM and NATO

FYROM and NATO

Australian Macedonian Advisory Council October 18, 2008 In many ways, it is ironic that Mr Atanas Botev, a citizen of the state that is governed at Skopje and an anthropoid harbouring pretensions of being an artist, (Atanas of course is the original of its corrupted Greek derivative ´Athanasios,´ which in various south Slavonic signifies immortality,) chose to deface the Greek […]

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Turkish Life In Town and Country 1904

Turkish Life In Town and Country 1904

BY CHICAGOGEORGE

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In FYROM they are still unearthing ancient Macedonian discoveries in Greek language

In FYROM they are still unearthing ancient Macedonian discoveries in Greek language

Reconstruction of the shield found in locality of Bonče, Pelagonia, 2008: VASILEOS DIMITRIOU Its really frustrating for Skopjans always to discover ancient Macedonian archaeological findings which reveal the Greekness of Macedonians.

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‘Macedonian’ Nationality – A fictitious concept by London Times of 1944
Ancient Macedonian Cities and Settlements – Pydna

Ancient Macedonian Cities and Settlements – Pydna

Ancient Pydna lies in north Pieria, to the south of Makrygialos. The first settlement of the region, one of the most extensive settlements of the Late Neolithic period, is located to the south west of Makrygialos. The settlement presents two phases, one pre-Diminian. covering an area of approximately 75 acres and bounded by a trench system, and another contemporary with […]

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FYROM propaganda ‘The use of the term Macedonia was forbidden in Greece until 1988’ Part III

FYROM propaganda ‘The use of the term Macedonia was forbidden in Greece until 1988’ Part III

We have already dealt previously here and here with one of the most ill-concieved Skopjan lies. The outrageous claim  insisting that the term Macedonia was….forbidden in Greece prior to 1988!!! One of the most famous Greek orchestras was the “Makedoniki Orchestra”, quite odd for a name if anyone…thinks for a moment the empty claims of the tragically foolish Skopjan propaganda. […]

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Document of 1865 – Sacrifices of Macedonians for their motherland Hellas

Document of 1865 – Sacrifices of Macedonians for their motherland Hellas

The following document is a  sample of the immense sacrifices commited by Macedonians in favor of their motherland Hellas.  Its an application written by Chrysafis Anastasiou, a Macedonian as himself signs, to the Greek government with date  19.6.1865 where inside he describes his soul-stirring life story. He was born in Naoussa, Macedonia. He particiapted like many other Macedonians in the Greek revolution where […]

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The Macedonian Dispute as a Yugoslav-Bulgarian conflict

Dr. George Voskopoulos July 22, 2008 The name dispute between Greece and FYROM has been seen primarily as a conflict between Greece and FYROM. Yet historically the third factor of the dispute was Bulgarian policy and its aim to annex Yugoslav and Greek Macedonia. This very aim gave Belgrade a powerful motive in creating and cementing a distinct, artificial “Macedonian” […]

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Catholic Encyclopaedia – In the Classicification of Slavonic peoples found no “Macedonians”

Catholic Encyclopaedia – In the Classicification of Slavonic peoples found no “Macedonians”

One of the most valid and interesting accounts about Slavonic people is the one of Catholic Encyclopaedia. In the article related to the Slavs in America, it contains plenty of info about Slavonic people in general. It makes clear the slavs migrating to US from Macedonia were BULGARIANS while ALL the accounts of “the greatest representatives of Slavonic linguistics” in 19th […]

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