What I Saw From the Balkan War


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As a direct participant in the Balkan War Simeon Radev witnessed the successes of the Bulgarian warriors, the joy of his liberated brothers from Macedonia and Thrace. For these events, he tells us with the expert pen of the publicist Simeon Radev in the book What I Saw From the Balkan War".

But the signed London Peace Treaty has no practical application due to the outbreak of the Inter-Allied War (1913). As a direct witness and participant in the peace conference in Bucharest, he tells us in his book "The Conference in Bucharest and the Bucharest Peace of 1913" how, due to backstage games, dishonest deals and short-sightedness of the Bulgarian government, his country is cruelly amputated.


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About the Author

Simeon Radev

Simeon Radev

Simeon Traychev Radev (1879–1967) 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 ... Read more

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Tags: Military History,Researches,Bulgarian History,Modern History,Memoirs & Documents

Specification
Year 10-09-2012
Pages 252
Size 140/215 мм
Weight 0.344 kg
Collection Колекция "Забравените българи"
Cover Type Paperback
Genre Military History, Researches, Bulgarian History, Modern History, Memoirs & Documents

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