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The Death Knell of Empire by H.G.Wells

The Death Knell of Empire by H.G.Wells

another article dated from 1918, which clearly states that in Macedonia, there are Bulgarians, Greeks, Albanians, Serbs, and Romanian villages, BUT NO MENTION OF MAKEDONSKIANS. By ChicagoGeorge

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Thessaloniki and it’s Geography 1839

Thessaloniki and it’s Geography 1839

From 1839, the region around Thessaloniki was shown to be inhabited by Greeks, Turks, and Bulgarians. No sign of the Pseudo-Macedonians. By ChicagoGeorge

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New York Times, 1925 – Komitadjis aim “Union” with Bulgaria

New York Times, 1925 – Komitadjis aim “Union” with Bulgaria

New York Times – 5 April 1925 Comitadji’s real purpose – “Anexation with Bulgaria“. Of course even Americans knew there was NO such nation as “Macedonian” but Macedonian region was settled by Serbs, Greeks, Turks, Albanians and Bulgarians!!!

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The American Review of Reviews Causes of the Balkan Wars 1912

The American Review of Reviews Causes of the Balkan Wars 1912

From an American point of view. The participants of the Balkan Wars were Turks, Bulgarians, Greeks, and Servians, with the Albanians and KoutzoVlachs thrown in , but still NO “Ethnic Macedonians” . By ChicagoGeorge

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The Edinburgh Review 1901

The Edinburgh Review 1901

Yet more evidence of Greek and Bulgarian rivalry in Macedonia with no signs of any “Ethnic Macedonian” group in 1901. By ChicagoGeorge

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“National Histories, Natural States” by Robert Shannan Peckam
A Frenchman in Macedonia of 1854

A Frenchman in Macedonia of 1854

In 1854 the French Ami Boue published in Vienna his book ‘Recueil d’itineraires dans la Turquie d’Europe.Details geographiques,topographiques et statistiques sur cet empire’. http://img515.imageshack.us/my.php?image=1854gallcovlq8.png He starts from Eastern Macedonia and the Pashalik of Serres(today’s prefectures of Serres,Kavala and Drama) : . (Considering its very montainous part in the Rhodope it should not have a population beyond 100000 souls, which includes […]

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Stefov Vs Carnegie Commission

Stefov Vs Carnegie Commission

In 1914 the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace published a report regarding the conduct of the nations that participated in the Balkan Wars. The report was written by an international commission that was dispatched to the region in order to investigate the actions of the Balkan armies as well as to investigate the causes of the various conflicts that took […]

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The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art – 1834

The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art – 1834

More undoubted evidence that the forefathers of modern Slavs in FYROM were Bulgarians and Serbs.     By ChicagoGeorge

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Tito and the rise and fall of Yugoslavia by Richard West

Tito and the rise and fall of Yugoslavia by Richard West

From the wonderful book of Richard West “Tito and the rise and fall of Yugoslavia” we cant but notice that there were no “Ethnic macedonians” but a mixture of Greeks, slavs, albanians and avars. The Greek monks Cyril and Methodius brought the Cyrillic script to Serbs, Bulgarians and Russians while in the major battles of Balkans there was no mention […]

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