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Old 04-27-2010, 02:32 AM   #21
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It'll be really interesting to read Melas admitting that the language is called Macedonian
Do you find it hard to believe? Don't. Instead, read his collection of letters to his wife that have been compiled and released by his descendant Natalia Melas, in 1964.

http://www.macedoniantruth.org/forum...ighlight=melas

I can put the Greek version up here, but it will take a few days.
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Old 04-27-2010, 02:48 AM   #22
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Do you find it hard to believe? Don't. Instead, read his collection of letters to his wife that have been compiled and released by his descendant Natalia Melas, in 1964.

http://www.macedoniantruth.org/forum...ighlight=melas

I can put the Greek version up here, but it will take a few days.
On the contrary, SoM, I believe he may have done it. However, if you could also put on the Greek version, I'd really appreciate it. It will be a basis for many other to see that as well [hopefully].

Even as simply as in the Wikipedia one can find maps of the region before 1900, distinctively naming the people of today's Greek part of Macedonia as "non-Greek". Depending on their own interests (I guess) I've found maps calling us "Slavs", "Bulgarians", "Slavomacedonians", but no "Greeks" (?)
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Depending on their own interests (I guess) I've found maps calling us "Slavs", "Bulgarians", "Slavomacedonians", but no "Greeks" (?)
There are also those that refer to us as simply Macedonians.
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Daskalot,

It is important that you have noticed this, because these New Greeks have eraced everything. Well done.
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There are also those that refer to us as simply Macedonians.
I'd be really interested in seeing this. Could you post this map, please.
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I'd be really interested in seeing this. Could you post this map, please.
Here you go John, http://www.macedoniantruth.org/categ...cedonian-maps/
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Thanks El Bre for the quote. Is there any chance I can find this as it was written in Greek? It'll be really interesting to read Melas admitting that the language is called Macedonian. I did some more research in the web, and I've found somewhere an old Greek census calling us, the people of the Greek region of Macedonia, as "Slavomacedonians"! [Maybe you guys have already talked about this, but I haven't managed to read everything from this forum yet.]
Here is something by Spirou Melas, I do not know if he is related to Pavlos. He was a soldier in the Balkan Wars. http://www.macedoniantruth.org/2008/...nian-language/
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Here is something by Spirou Melas, I do not know if he is related to Pavlos. He was a soldier in the Balkan Wars. http://www.macedoniantruth.org/2008/...nian-language/
Thanks a lot for both Daskalot.
Back then everything was Macedonian...common logic. Today, common logic instructs otherwise. I'm really enjoying being here, guys!

PS-Regarding the maps: I can see both my villages are within this region

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Thanks a lot for both Daskalot.
Back then everything was Macedonian...common logic. Today, common logic instructs otherwise. I'm really enjoying being here, guys!

PS-Regarding the maps: I can see both my villages are within this region
No problem, the Truth is out there it has just been hidden from us. But we Macedonians are no fools, we know where to find it.
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Back then everything was Macedonian...common logic. Today, common logic instructs otherwise.
I'm not sure what you're trying to say here, would you mind clarifying, because I wouldn't agree that "everything" was Macedonian back then, nor would I agree to the opposite today. Logic is usually found between the extremes.
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