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Modern History of Macedonia (1830-1912)

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The "Modern History of Macedonia (1830-1912)" by Professor Konstandinos Vakalopoulos has already been published in Greek in 1986. The English edition ... ΣΥΝΕΧΕΙΑ

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The "Modern History of Macedonia (1830-1912)" by Professor Konstandinos Vakalopoulos has already been published in Greek in 1986. The English edition is being released in a few days, initially in Greece, but hopefully throughout the world later, especially where Hellenism abides.

With this English edition, it is the aim of both the author and the editor to give the opportunity to Greek diaspora to read about the turbulent history of the much tormented Macedonia. Especially those adults who have their origins rooted in Greece, without necessarily knowing the Greek language sufficiently well, on reading this book, will sense the value of the struggle for the enslaved Macedonia. [...]

ISBN:
9786185306441
Μέγεθος: 
24x17
Σελίδες: 
294
Ο Κωνσταντίνος Απ. Βακαλόπουλος (Θεσσαλονίκη, 1951) εργάστηκε ως ερευνητής στο Ίδρυμα Μελετών της Χερσονήσου του Αίμου (1977-1986) και από το 1986 είναι καθηγητής της Νεοελληνικής Ιστορίας στην Παιδαγωγική Σχολή του ΑΠΘ. Πραγματοποίησε πολυάριθμες έρευνες σε αρχειακές μονάδες του εσωτερικού και της δυτικής Ευρώπης και έλαβε μέρος σε διεθνή και πανελλήνια συνέδρια.

The "Modern History of Macedonia (1830-1912)" by Professor Konstandinos Vakalopoulos has already been published in Greek in 1986. The English edition is being released in a few days, initially in Greece, but hopefully throughout the world later, especially where Hellenism abides.

With this English edition, it is the aim of both the author and the editor to give the opportunity to Greek diaspora to read about the turbulent history of the much tormented Macedonia. Especially those adults who have their origins rooted in Greece, without necessarily knowing the Greek language sufficiently well, on reading this book, will sense the value of the struggle for the enslaved Macedonia. [...]