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Francis Galton – Vacation Tourists and Notes of Travel in 1860

Quote: The language of these various populations divides itself into two principal idioms: each of these into three where the difference is less. Of the Southern dialect are the Slovaks, the Serbs and Bulgarians; of the Northern, the Bohemians, Poles, and Russians. Vacation Tourists and Notes of Travel in 1860 By Francis Galton Published 1861 Macmillan and co. Original from […]

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Villari, Luigi – The Balkan question; the present condition of the Balkans and of European responsibilities (1905)

Villari, Luigi – The Balkan question; the present condition of the Balkans and of European responsibilities (1905)

Another contemporary source (1905) of the events in Macedonia is given by Luigi Villari, in his book ” The Balkan question; the present condition of the Balkans and of European responsibilities” We get the same facts from witness accounts. There is No “Macedonian Race” but instead the Slavic populations in Macedonia are either Serb or Bulgarian.  

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“The Balkan Peninsula”, by E. de Laveleye, 1887

“The Balkan Peninsula”, by E. de Laveleye was published in N. York and London in 1887Page 289 Quote: Greeks are ready to sacrifice everything rather than give up Macedonia, where they believe themselves to be the most numerous, and where, certainly, they have been the civilizing element. This province is indispensable to the realization of “the great Hellenic idea,” that […]

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Turkey in transition (1909) Abbott, G. F.

Turkey in transition (1909) Abbott, G. F.

Turkey in transition (1909) Abbott, G. F. No mention of “ethnic Macedonians” at all anywhere in this book, just Bulgarians. By Macedonia22

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Peter Roberts – Immigrant races in North America – 1910

Francis Galton – Vacation Tourists and Notes of Travel in 1860

Quote: The language of these various populations divides itself into two principal idioms: each of these into three where the difference is less. Of the Southern dialect are the Slovaks, the Serbs and Bulgarians; of the Northern, the Bohemians, Poles, and Russians. Vacation Tourists and Notes of Travel in 1860 By Francis Galton Published 1861 Macmillan and co. Original from […]

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A. and C. Black – Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, 1838

Quote: It is very interesting to compare together the different inhabitants of European Turkey, such as the Servians, the Bulgarians, the Wallachians, the Greeks, and the Albanians. The Servians and Bulgarians may be said to be nearly the same people, and appear to be more numerous than the Greeks; The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: exhibiting a view of the Progressive […]

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“Greece in evolution..”, 1910 by Abbott, G. F. (George Frederick)

“Greece in evolution..”, 1910 by Abbott, G. F. (George Frederick)

“Greece in evolution..”, 1910 by Abbott, G. F. (George Frederick) More from the book about kutso-Wallachians About Strumnitsa About Slavophones About the so-called ‘SlavoMacedonian dialect’ About Macedonian children and their ethnicity. Hellenism of Macedonia

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The outgoing Turk : impressions of a journey through the western Balkans (1897)

The outgoing Turk : impressions of a journey through the western Balkans (1897)

The outgoing Turk : impressions of a journey through the western Balkans (1897) by Thomson, H. C. (Harry Craufuird) Macedonian population consisted of people from different races, mostly Greek, Serb and Bulgarian, whose fellow countrymen were eager to assist. Greek insurgents under the chief Lepeliotis fought with Turks. Notice the mention of Greek villages in Macedonia. Here we get the info Thessalonike […]

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A. H. E. Taylor, ‘Future of the Southern Slavs’, 1917

A. H. E. Taylor, ‘Future of the Southern Slavs’, 1917

Another contemporary writer who passed some time himself in Macedonia stating clearly the fact there was no “Ethnic Macedonians” in Macedonia but instead Greeks, Bulgarians, Albanians and Serbs. Point of interest in this source is the additional info, we get from self-witnessing that the ancestors of Modern inhabitants of FYROM had Mongolian traces as far west as Ochrid“. Page 204

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