Simeon Radev. Biography, Complete Bibliography, Memories.

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  • Yordan Vassilev
  • Author:  Yordan Vassilev
  • Year: 16-07-2015
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  • Product Code:  1561-01
  • SKU: 18.0162
  • ISBN: 978-619-152-659-8
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Simeon Traychev Radev was a Bulgarian writer, journalist, diplomat and historian most famous for his three-volume book The Builders of Modern Bulgaria.

Radev was born in the town of Resen in the Macedonia region of the Ottoman Empire in 1879. He became interested in journalism and was a regular contributor to the Evening Mail newspaper from 1901 on; he later became editor and editor-in-chief of the newspaper. In 1905, he started issuing the Artist magazine. In 1908, he participated in the foundation of the Union of the Bulgarian Constitutional Clubs, a Bulgarian political party in the Ottoman Empire. Later, he created the daily newspaper Will and was active in its publication. Towards that time he published his book The Builders of Modern Bulgaria, one of the largest original historiographic studies of Bulgaria at the time. The book was an in-depth study of the Principality of Bulgaria's formation and its early political years.

From an early age Radev devoted himself to diplomacy. In 1913, he participated in the conference which led to the signing of the Treaty of Bucharest; he remained a Bulgarian minister plenipotentiary in Bucharest until 1916. After Romania joined World War I, he was moved to Berne, Switzerland. In 1917, he handed in his resignation, left Switzerland and joined the Bulgarian Army as a soldier of the Macedonian-Adrianopolitan Volunteer Corps. Towards the end of the war Radev was one of the Bulgarian representatives who signed the Thessaloniki Armistice. After the war, Radev was Bulgarian minister plenipotentiary in The Hague, Ankara, Washington, D.C., London and Brussels. He was the first Bulgarian delegate to the League of Nations in Geneva.In 1923, he married the Bulgarian painter, Bistra Vinarova and the couple subsequently had one son, Traian Radev (bg).

In 1918, Radev published his book Macedonia and the Bulgarian Revival in the 19th Century in French; it was translated to Bulgarian in 1927 and republished as an issue of the Macedonian Scientific Institute, of which Radev was a member. Besides being active in historiography, journalism and diplomacy, Radev was an avid connoisseur of literature and arts. He published several critical articles and took an active part in Bulgaria's literary and artistic life. Some of his articles were published in the book Insights into the Literate and Arts and Personal Memories, released in 1965 and provoking a significant interest.

This book gives a complete picture of his life, memories and work.

About the Author

Yordan Vassilev

Yordan Vassilev

Yordan Vassilev is a Bulgarian literary critic of 15 collections, including two books for Bagryana, co-authored with Blaga Dimitrova. In March 1948, his family was displaced from Sofia. Their Sofia re... Read more

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Tags: Biographies & Autobiographies,Bulgarian Authors,Bulgaria & Macedonia,Historical Figures,Memoirs & Documents,Theory of Literature,Memoirs

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Year 16-07-2015
Pages 304
Size 140/215 мм
Weight 0.58 kg
Cover Type Paperback
Genre Biographies & Autobiographies, Bulgarian Authors, Bulgaria & Macedonia, Historical Figures, Memoirs & Documents, Theory of Literature, Memoirs

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