Notes about the Suffering of the Bulgarians in Aegean Macedonia


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With the signing of the Berlin Treaty in 1898, the Treaty of San Stefano was revised, as a result of which Bulgaria was fragmented. The Principality of Bulgaria and Eastern Rumelia remain within the boundaries of modern Bulgaria, but the other areas of San-Stefano-Bulgaria are forever detached from their homeland. Macedonia and part of the Odrin region has been return to the Ottoman Empire, Pirot and Vranje were given to Serbia, and North Dobrudja to Romania.

In 1912, Aegean Macedonia fell within the borders of Greece. Instead of freedom for the Aegean Bulgarians, life bring them a cruel fate, especially in the 1930s under the regime of a gene. Metaxas. The Bulgarian language is forbidden by law, thousands are displaced, imprisoned or killed, and those who remain live in pain, loneliness and fear. And despite the heavy blow to the Bulgarians in Aegean Macedonia, many do not leave their native lands to preserve the Bulgarian language, traditions and spirit.

About the Author

Blagoy Shklifov

Blagoy Shklifov

Blagoy Stefanov Shklifov (1935–2003) was a Bulgarian dialectologist and phonologist. Shklifov was born in Polykeraso (Chereshnitsa), Vitsi municipality, Kastoria Prefecture, Greece in 1935. In 1948, a... Read more

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Tags: Bulgarian History,Memoirs & Documents,The Balkans & the Balkan countries,Historical Figures,Memoirs

Specification
Year 16-12-2011
Pages 404
Size 140/215 мм
Weight 0.534 kg
Collection Колекция "Забравените българи"
Cover Type Paperback
Genre Bulgarian History, Memoirs & Documents, The Balkans & the Balkan countries, Historical Figures, Memoirs

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