The dictator. Life of Stefan Stambolov
- Author: Anton Strashimirov
- Collection: "The Salvaged History" Collection
- Year: 12-06-2014
- Availability: In Stock
- Product Code: 147-01
- SKU: 05.0080
- ISBN: 978-619-152-429-7
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Stefan Nikolov Stambolov was a Bulgarian politician, journalist, revolutionist, and poet who served as Prime Minister and regent. He is considered one of the most important and popular "Founders of Modern Bulgaria", and is sometimes referred to as "the Bulgarian Bismarck". In 1875 and 1876 he took part in the preparation for the Stara Zagora uprising, as well as the April Uprising. Stambolov was, after Stanko Todorov and Todor Zhivkov, one of the country's longest-serving prime ministers. Criticised for his dictatorial methods, he was among the initiators of economic and cultural progress in Bulgaria during the time of the Balkan Wars.
The author of the book, Anton Strashimirov - a noble man from a significant family, whose fate reminds the brothers of Gracchi or Petkovi - is a stunning researcher of Stambolov, that can be compared to himself.
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Tags: Military History, Researches, Bulgarian History, Behind the Scenes, Historical Figures, Memoirs & Documents, Biographies & Autobiographies, Bulgarian Authors, Memoirs, Political Science & Politics
|Collection||Колекция "Спасената история"|
|Genre||Military History, Researches, Bulgarian History, Behind the Scenes, Historical Figures, Memoirs & Documents, Biographies & Autobiographies, Bulgarian Authors, Memoirs, Political Science & Politics|