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Old 04-17-2013, 12:04 AM   #111
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The Balkan Troubles

Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXI, Issue 6063,
09 September 1903. Page3
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THE PROBLEM OF TURKEY.

Evening Post, Volume LXXXII, Issue 73, 23 September 1911, Page 10

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Old 06-22-2013, 08:44 PM   #113
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This is not from a newspaper but the mini series The First World War
In part 4 The First World War: Part 4: Jihad (1914 to 1916) they mention the Macedonians as one of the ethnic groups that made up the Turkish army. No Greek or Bulgar in sight, you would think that Solun would be full of them.

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The First World War: Part 4: Jihad (1914 to 1916) - YouTube
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Ако знам дека тука тече една капка грчка крв, јас сега би ја отсекол целата рака и би ја фрлил в море. Васил Чакаларов
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Old 06-23-2013, 09:08 PM   #114
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definitely right there they threw some macedonians to the front lines to be used like canon fodder.
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The Macedonian bloody wedding - Albanian crimes in Tetovo
Alexandria gazette, March 24, 1897
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i hope they went for a reprisal & caught the culprits.Otherwise the macedonians have been weak as piss since 1897.Macedonians enough is enough should not put up with the scurge of albanism.The ohrid agreement should be null & void & we want macedonia for the macedonians.The alabanians have proved time again they can't be trusted to live side by side.
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From "The Morning Oregonian" September 2, 1903.

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WAR IS COURTED

Macedonians Proclaim
an Uprising.

LEADERS HEAD OUTBREAK

Turks Massacre Population
of Another Village.

SEVERE FIGHTING GOES ON

Malkotlrnovo Is in a State of Anarchy,
and the Sultnn'a Troops
Commit Atrocities on
on the Women.

SOFIA, Sept 1. The Macedonian revolutionists
awaited the anniversary of the
Sultan's accession to proclaim the
general Insurrection In Northern
Macedonia, the proclamation of which
was issued today, signed by' all the members
of tho Insurgent general staff. The
new outbreak is headed by the famous
Macedonian leaders, General Zontcheeff,
president of the Macedonian Committee,
and Colonel Jonkoff, who was wounded
In the rising of 1902.

The new territory covers the districts
in the valley of the Struma, at the base
of the Khodope mountain chain and to
the north of the Itlvcr Nardar. Colonel
Jankoff Is directing the movements of
the bands in the southern part.
News of severe fighting Is still coming
in. At the village of Armensi, after a
day's fighting, the Turkish troops in the
right time massacred the entire p6pula.
tlon of ISO men and 200 women. The
Turks have also massacred the Inhabitants
of the village of Veleso.

It Is reported that Hllml Pasha, the
inspector-gener- al for Macedonia, refuses
to leave his headquarters In the Konu-3c- at
Monastlr. The insurgent leader
Grueff, in a letter to Helmlp Pasha, demanded
that he prevent the barbarous
acts of the Turkish soldiers and Bashl
Bazouks, otherwise the revolutionists
would massacre all the Turkish inhabitants.
The insurgents have occupied the mountain
pass of Gergele. on the main line
from Salonlca to Uskub, and Turkish
troops have been sent to dislodge them.
The town of Malkotlrnovo is reported to
be in a state of anarchy, the Turks plundering
the houses and committing unspeakable
atrocities on the women.
Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria has
at Euxinograde. Bulgaria, where he
has been Joined by Premier Petroff. The
Prince is expected to remain there for
some time.

PROVISION FOR WAR.
Turlcey Provides a Land Tax on Entire
Population Over Eighteen.
SOFIA, Sept. 1. The government has
imposed a personal or land tax on the
entire population of the empire over the
age of 18. The tax Is only for the classes,
and ranges from about 80 cents to $85
each annually. This Is regarded as being
in the nature of a provision for war.
The Porte has sent a memorandum to
the Austrian and Russian Ambassadors
here, pointing out that at the recent mass
meeting of Macedonians In Sofia, Bulgaria,
it was decided to send fresh bands
into Macedonia, and also calling attention
to the fact that committees in Bulgaria
were supplying the insurgents with
arms and ammunition by means of ships,
which land their cargoes on the coast in
the vicinity of Iniada.

Consular dispatches from Pristina, near
the Servian frontier, confirm the reports
that nearly all the Christian villages In
the districts of Dibra, 51 miles from
Monastlr, and Ciccvo have been pillaged
and burned, and that the Inhabitants have
fled. It is not stated whether Albanians
or Bulgarians were the perpetrators of
the outrages.

In spite of the apparent gravity of the
general situation, optimism prevails in
Turkish official circles.
Official reports say that 200 insurgents
were killed or wounded during the fight
ing which occurred last week in the
Vilayet of Monastlr.
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I haven't spent too much time trying to figure out what this source really is. All I know is that it is from 1920, and Volume 4 of a Scrapbook. In it, it lists Macedonia as a separate country, even though we know Macedonia was not independent during WW1.

"He is a Harvard, 1914, man and in December of that year he entered war service in the Ambulance Corps, with which he was in Macedonia, Serbia, and Greece."

Pg. 36

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Check out this link. I searched "Macedonia" and it spat back 90,000 results. I'm not sure that all are about Macedonia, but many, many are...happy hunting


http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/result?q=macedonia
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This one from 1903:

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It is better that Macedonia should remain Turkish...than that it should be all Bulgarian, or all Servian, or all Greek.
http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/arti...&searchLimits=
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