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Skopje had a Predominately Greek Population During the 13th Century

Skopje had a Predominately Greek Population During the 13th Century

After Skoplje’s conquest by Theodore of Epiros, it was constituted as a theme with a Greek bishop (Dem. Chom. no. XIV, col. 63; no. CXXXI, col. 536. Akrpolites, ed. Heisenberg, 78, Zlatarski, III, 435). But in 1230 it passed into the Bulgarian Empire of John Asen, his son Kaliman, and its appointed governor was the PanSebastos sebastos Pribo (or Primpos) . In […]

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Second Balkan War

Second Balkan War

         

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Serbs pick Greece as top tourism destination

Serbs pick Greece as top tourism destination

(ANA-MPA) — Greece remains the most popular tourist destination for Serbian holiday makers, according to figures provided recently by the Serbian National Association of Travel Agencies (YUTA). A survey showed that 59 pct prefer Greece for their summer holidays, followed by Spain (13 pct), Turkey (10 pct), Egypt (8 pct) and Montenegro (3 pct). Croatia, which used to be the […]

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Gligorov admits in an Interview to CESKY DENIK the existence of 100,000 Greeks in FYROM

Gligorov admits in an Interview to CESKY DENIK the existence of 100,000 Greeks in FYROM

A Document from the Interview of the former President of FYROM, Kiro Gligorov in the Czech Newspaper  CESKY DENIK in 1993. In the Interview, Gligorov admits the existence of a Greek Minority numbering 100,000 people!!   The Statement of the existence of a Greek Minority in FYROM numbering 100,000 people.   [Gligorov] [..] The Greeks say that there are 250,000 Greeks […]

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Doko Slijepčević, “The Macedonian Question”, Chicago 1958

The monograph “The Macedonian Question” by the exiled Serbian historian and Germanist Đoko Slijepčević, published in 1958 in Chicago represents a classic synthesis of historical and ethnological aspects of Slavic identity in Povardarje, with emphasis on its Serbian aspect which is often neglected in modern-day discourse due to the far greater quantity of Bulgarian and Pseudomacedonian publications in English language […]

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Krste Petkov Misirkov – The Founder of Pseudo-Macedonism Demystified

This video presents a collection of statements by Krste Petkov Misirkov (1874-1926), considered among Pseudomacedonians a pioneer of their modern national idea, which reveal his true ethnicity and his true view on Slavs of present-day FYROM. By Brzak

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1913 – ‘The History of Nations’: The majority of Macedonian Slavs are of Bulgarian Race and Speech

1913 – ‘The History of Nations’: The majority of Macedonian Slavs are of Bulgarian Race and Speech

More evidence coming from Henry Lodge’s “the History of Nations” where it is stated explicitely the Slavs of Macedonia are either Bulgarians or Serbs. The distinction between them is a political one rather than a racial one. The population of Macedonia consisted of Bulgarians, Serbs, Turks, Greeks, Vlachs and Albanians. The fictitious concept of the alleged “ethnic Macedonians” was not found here […]

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A Slav from Macedonia almost a century ago: “I used to be a Bulgar and now i am a Serb”

A Slav from Macedonia almost a century ago: “I used to be a Bulgar and now i am a Serb”

“I used to be a Bulgar and now i am a Serb”. This was the reply of a Slav from Monastiri, while being asked about his ethnicity. This reply is indicative of the fickle ethnic consciouness which characterised in the past and now the Slavs in the Macedonian Region. It shouldnt surprise anyone some decades afterwards,  the reply to the same question was […]

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British Foreign State Papers 1890-1891 – The Bulgarians of Macedonia

British Foreign State Papers 1890-1891 – The Bulgarians of Macedonia

We have already examined official documents from the United States Foreign Relations which exposed the ill-conceived lie of pseudo-Macedonism. A new blow to FYROM’s hideous propaganda comes from the British Foreign State Papers of 1890-1891. It’s explicitely proved in those documents that the Slavic population of Macedonia identified themselves solely as Bulgarians. Especially notice the 2nd document where the Slavs from the Macedonian […]

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1639 – Italian traveller Giorgio Bianchi account: The Sancak of Uskub (Skopje) was inhabited by Turks, Serbs and Albanians

1639 – Italian traveller Giorgio Bianchi account: The Sancak of Uskub (Skopje) was inhabited by Turks, Serbs and Albanians

Another historical account comes as back as 1639 from the Italian traveller Giorgio Bianchi. The Italian traveller noted that the Sancak of Uskub (renamed later to Skopje) consisted of Turks, Serbs and Albanians.   In other words, this account of 1639 reaches the same conclusion with more the entire bibliography related to the specific issue and furthermore confirms the fact that Uskub (renamed later to […]

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