The Establishment of the Balkan National States: 1804-1920 (Google eBook)

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University of Washington Press, 1977 - 358 pages
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Typically for Western author, the accent again is on Greece, Serbia and Romania, while the facts about Bulgaria are nearly not mentioned. Because of that we still have problems here on the Balkans...The most bigger, powerful and cultural Medieval Kingdom on Balkans, except Romans is neglected... Its story is neglected and manipulated by the neighbors, who had suffered.
Yes, we was behind the Iron Wall and the data was hard to find, but all is free now and the National Archive is connected with Wikipedia. Do that to have peace!
 

Contents

The Ottoman Background
3
The Serbian Revolution
26
The Greek Revolution
38
The Autonomous Serbian State
53
The Greek Kingdom
68
Wallachia and Moldavia before 1853
84
the Reforms
99
The United Principalities to 1876 1 14
114
Autonomous Bulgaria to 1896
158
Internal Political Developments to 1914
170
The Expulsion of the Ottoman Empire from Europe
207
The Establishment of Albania
222
Balkan Nationalities in the Habsburg Empire
235
Balkan Cultural Developments
266
The First World War
284
The Postwar Settlements
298

The Bulgarian National Movement to 1876
128
The Crisis of the Seventies
141
Conclusion
320
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