Memories of Macedonia

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Тома Николов Христов (1863–1946) е свещеник в Македония. Деец на ВМРО.

През Първата световна война е свещеник в 5-и полк към 11-а пехотна македонска дивизия. След края на Междусъюзническата война се оказва нежелан в Македония и е принуден да замине за България.

„Кардиограми“ е продължение на неговите спомени от правнучката му Славея Балдева. Тъй като спомените му секват в навечерието на новата война, тя се опитва „да опишe нещата от негова гледна точка: „да вляза в кожата му и да видя света от това време с неговите очи“.

About the Author

Toma Nikolov, Slaveia Baldeva

Toma Nikolov, Slaveia Baldeva

Toma Nikolov Hristov (1863-1946) was a Bulgarian revolutionary, cleric and enlightener, actor of the Bulgarian revival in Macedonia. Toma Nikolov was born around 1863 in Kranevo village of Vraneshtits... Read more

Tags: Bulgaria & Macedonia, Bulgarian History, Memoirs & Documents, Bulgarian Renaissance, Memoirs

Specification
Year 12-05-2014
Pages 496
Size 140/215 мм
Weight 0.62 kg
Collection Колекция "Спасената история"
Cover Type Paperback
Genre Bulgaria & Macedonia, Bulgarian History, Memoirs & Documents, Bulgarian Renaissance, Memoirs

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