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Anti-Macedonian Legal Acts in Greece

Anti-Macedonian Legal Acts in Greece

In order to justify their shameful and inhumane practices, the Greek authorities have issued a number of legal Acts infringing the identity of the Macedonian nation. It should be noticed that all the Acts run counter to the decisions of the agreement of August 10, 1920 and to the international legal Acts binding in this respect. Despite this, they are still in force.

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The Macedonians of Aegean Macedonia: a British officer’s report, 1944

The Macedonians of Aegean Macedonia: a British officer’s report, 1944

It is also important to emphasize that the inhabitants, just as they are not GREEKS, are also not BULARIANS or SERBS or CROATS. They are MACEDONIANS. Here I cannot dogmatise, as I do not know the history and particularly the ethnology of the MACEDONIANS. The GREEKS always call them BULGARS and damn them accordingly, except for EAM/ELAS, who for once in a way have shown some wisdom and who call these people ‘SLAV-MACEDONIANS’.

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The Aegean Part Of Macedonia After the Balkan Wars

The Aegean Part Of Macedonia After the Balkan Wars

The terror, mass murder and other forms of repression proved ineffective when it came to breaking the spirit of Macedonians. Indeed, the Macedonian national liberation movement grew into an important and in certain periods even a decisive military and political factor in the country, one with clear and defined strategic goals.

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A Concise History of Macedonia

A Concise History of Macedonia

Although Macedonia is a young state, since it became independent in 1991, its roots run deep into history. The name “Macedonia” is in fact the oldest surviving name of a country in the continent of Europe. Archaeological evidence shows that old European civilization flourished in Macedonia between 7000 and 3500 BC.

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The Ancient Macedonians And Their Language

The Ancient Macedonians And Their Language

Identifying the Greeks from the ethnic and linguistic point of view with the ancient Macedonians, the current Greek regime accuses “Skopje” of encroaching upon the name Macedonia and on a part of a cultural heritage which belongs only to the Greeks. In fact this is nothing more than their conviction which for years now has been handed out to young people in Greek schools from their earliest years and, most recently, has been propagated throughout the entire world. The thesis of the “Greek identity of Macedonia” is not scientifically supportable.

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