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“The Rise of Nationality in the Balkans”, 1918

“The Rise of Nationality in the Balkans”, 1918

Neither in this book we find any “Makedonski”. By ChicagoGeorge

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The ‘Living Age’ of 1903 exposes the myth of “Macedonian race”

The ‘Living Age’ of 1903 exposes the myth of “Macedonian race”

By ChicagoGeorge

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Public Opinion 1903 – The races of Macedonia

Public Opinion 1903 – The races of Macedonia

Another source from 1903 describing the races of Macedonia. Greek, Bulgarians, Turks, Albanians……. It describes the Greeks as the most ancient race of Macedonia number 350,000, 500,000 Bulgarians, and 3/4’s of all Muslims are Turkish…. As usual for the frustration of Skopjan Propagandists, no independent Makedonskian group listed.   By ChicagoGeorge

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Turkish Life In Town and Country 1904

Turkish Life In Town and Country 1904

BY CHICAGOGEORGE

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Population of Skopje Through History – Contemporary Sources

Population of Skopje Through History – Contemporary Sources

– Skopje was conquered by Pasha Yigit in the reign of Bayezit I (1392). As the turkish academic Mehmet Inbasi informs us “Having Strategic significance as located in the borders, the city of Skopje was subjected to a systematic settlement after the conquest[..]It is, however, obvious that Ottoman conquests were made to settle there, which were not just temporary adventurous […]

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HOW SERBIAN PROPAGANDA INFLUENCED AND EVENTUALLY CHANGED MACEDONISM

HOW SERBIAN PROPAGANDA INFLUENCED AND EVENTUALLY CHANGED MACEDONISM

Control of the Bulgarophile population (who self-identified Bulgarian) in the Southern-most area of the Kingdom of Serbia known as Vardarska Banovina, was of the utmost importance for Serbs who used political and educational propaganda in a systematic way in order to keep Vardarska Banovina from uniting with the Kingdom of Bulgaria in the late 19th and early 20th Centuries.   Essentially, where Serbs […]

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DOCUMENTS ON THE BILINGUAL GREEKS OF MACEDONIA – GREEK TO THE BONE!

The Bilingual Greeks of Macedonia do not consider themselves as a minority. They are Greek and they understand and speak a second language other than Greek. It is a Slavic Idiom based on Bulgarian and contains Greek, Turkish and Albanian words. It is not the “Makedonski language” of Skopje which was formed by Yugoslav Serbs in 1944 by removing many Greek, […]

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L’empire de Turquie,by Xavier Heuschling, 1860

L’empire de Turquie,by Xavier Heuschling, 1860

L’empire de Turquie,by Xavier Heuschling,1860 All the Balkan peoples that were residing in the Ottoman empire and their numbers.There are mentioned Bulgarians, Serbs, Bosnians, Herzegovinians e.t.c,other Slavic branches, Vlachs and Moldovlachs, Albanians, Ottomans of Asiatic origin,Greeks, Armenians, Jews, Gypsies (Bohemians) and Tatars,except the <Macedonians>. The Slavic race includes the Bulgarians,the Serbs,the Bosnians,the Herzegovinians e.t.c. <In 980 the Bulgarians established in […]

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Modern historians about Macedonia – Lorthrop Stoddard

Modern historians about Macedonia – Lorthrop Stoddard

The map speaks volumes itself,”Makedontsi” againlabeled as Bulgarians: Below are some detailed descriptions of the various ethnicities of Yougoslavia and Serbian Macedonia.Not any mention of “ethnic Makedontsi” again. By Kostas68 and ChicagoGeorge

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‘Macedonian’ Nationality – A fictitious concept by London Times of 1944