Ethnic rivalry and the quest for Macedonia, 1870-1913
Because of its central place in the historiography of several Balkan countries, the Macedonian Question is an ideal topic for a comparative study. The value of this work is its balanced approach, drawing on Greek as well as Slavonic sources. Special attention is paid to population statistics.
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The Establishment of the Exarchate
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