Stefan Stambolov and the New Bulgarian History

  • Dimitar Marinov
  • Author:  Dimitar Marinov
  • Year: 25-02-2004
  • Availability:  In Stock
  • Product Code:  97-01
  • SKU: 18.0089
  • ISBN: 978-954-8945-87-5

  • Ex Tax: €11.73


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As a direct participant in the events and a personal friend of Stambolov, the author tries to characterize the complex and contradictory personality of one of the builders of the Bulgarian state. Completed in 1909, Marinov's volume is the first and unique attempt to evaluate the place and role of the great statesman in our new history. For many years this has been the only Bulgarian book about the government of Stefan Stambolov, which has become a priceless work for several generations. There are a lot of data and personal impressions in it that allow you to understand the political and psychological atmosphere of those turbulent times.

About the Author

Dimitar Marinov

Dimitar Marinov

Dimitar Marinov is a Bulgarian ethnographer, founder and first director of the Ethnographic Museum. He is born 14.10.1846 in Valchedram, Montana. He studied at the Rila Monastery (1863) and at the Mil... Read more

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Tags: Historical Figures,Bulgarian History,Memoirs & Documents,Political Science & Politics,Memoirs,Dimitar Marinov

Year 25-02-2004
Pages 700
Size 140/215 мм
Weight 0.971 kg
Cover Type Hardcover
Genre Historical Figures, Bulgarian History, Memoirs & Documents, Political Science & Politics, Memoirs, Dimitar Marinov

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