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Philip II of Macedonia

Philip II of Macedonia

The Macedonian barbarian defeated the united Greek states at the battle of Chaeronea at the beginning of August 338 BC and appointed himself “Commander of the Greeks”. Philip’s army was outnumbered by the Athenian and Theban forces, yet his phalanxes overwhelmed the Athenians and Thebans.

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Greek Lies

Greek Lies

There is nothing in the ancient literature to suggest that ancient Macedonia was a Greek land. On the contrary, the ancient authors knew the difference between the Greek city-states and the kingdom of Macedon.

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Aegean Macedonians Address To UNHCR

Aegean Macedonians Address To UNHCR

After the war ended in 1949, the terror, exiles, tortures and frightening of Macedonians continued. The people continued to look for salvation in foreign countries. All Macedonians’ houses were spied 24 hours a day, as they were not allowed to speak their mother tongue.

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