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Macadóine / MACÉDOINE / Macedonië / Makedonija /
Maqedoni / Mazedonia / REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA /
Մակեդոնիա / Македонія / 马其顿 / マケドニア / 마케도니아
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"Eglise serbe Koutchévichté près d'Uskub. / Fondation de l'empereur Douchan." also captioned in Cyrillic at the top, unused postcard, light toning both sides, minor corner & edge wear. Town name spelled Kuchevishte now. Rare card from a very small locale, now in the Republic of Macedonia, near Skopje. $15.00 sm NEW / NOUVEAU / BAGO
"Macedonia, Greece" well done, home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1964 at Vernon New Jersey, showing a family gathering. $1.75 m*
"Macédoine 1916 L'HIVER, LES TROUPEAUX DESCENDENT DANS LA PLAINE" showing sheepherding. unused postcard in black & white, from booklet, 2 worn corners. $4.25 m*+*
"OHRID" our transliteration of the caption which is only in Cyrillic, continental showing a street scene, large almost transparent adherence on front, postcard mailed there 1959 but stamp removed. 2 small corner creases, slight curl to paper, as is. $0.75 m
"Palair Macedonian / Fokker F28 Mk 4000 / ... / at Zurich... / Photo Rolf Wallner" showing a side view of the jet aircraft, unused continental post card, fresh appearance. $2.00 a(j)m
"SV1BUU" Athens QSL card used 1995 by operator Menelaos G. Papadimitratos, back with political slogan 'PSE REMEMBER / MAKEDONIA IS ONLY GREEK' (referring to its current division amongst Greece, Macedonia, Albania, Serbia & Bulgaria), minor wear at 3 corners. $3.00 gmp
Wanted to buy--post cards from Blatsa or Blatza, Kastoria or Kostur, Vishany or Visheni or Visheny or Vissinia. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars or Euros, postpaid to Columbus Ohio. *c2
Wanted to buy--postcards showing the village of Papazani in the Φλώρινα region. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars or Euros, postpaid to Columbus Ohio. *c NEW / NOUVEAU / BAGO
Wanted to buy--post cards from Peshosnitsa or Pesosnitsa or Pesocnica, Ovchareni, Kuchkoeni or Kuchkoveni, Rosen, and Papazani. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars or Euros, postpaid to Columbus Ohio. *c
"YU5HUV" shortwave Skopje QSL card used 1960, edges browning with age. $2.00 m
"YU5OE" Kumanovo QSL card with bureau label affixed, used 1956. $3.00 (m)*
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To strengthen its claim to Macedonia (against rivals Serbia
and Greece) Bulgaria established a Macedonian Commission in 1899. Run from Sofia, this
commission's objective was to make Macedonia autonomous but controlled by a Bulgarian
inspector, with the permission of the Ottoman Empire. Part of the Bulgarian plan included
covert terrorist activity. Bulgarian revolutionary bands called komitadji went on raids
into Macedonia, helping to precipitate insurrection in 1902-03. In 1902 Russia and
Austria-Hungary forced Serbia and Bulgaria to cut ties with IMRO, the Internal Macedonian
Revolutionary Organization. In 1903 Macedonian liberation forces staged a widespread
revolt, called the Ilinden-Preobrazhensko uprising. Despite strong Bulgarian public
support for the Macedonian cause, Bulgaria sent no help, and unopposed Turks suppressed
opposition with violence. Large numbers of refugees now entered Bulgaria from Macedonia.
After the death of leader Gotse Delchev in the 1903 uprising, the influence IMRO
decreased. Bulgarian public sympathy for the Macedonian cause also diminished, and by 1905
the government's attention turned to internal matters. 27. See D. Kosev, "The
Ilinden-Preobrazenie Uprising 1903", Bulgarian Historical Review 64 (1978), 14-30 and
N. Todorov, "La lutte de liberation des Bulgares en Macedonie et dans la region d'
Andrinople 1903", Bulgarian Historical Review 64 (1978), 30-39. The Macedonian
refugees referred to in this historical note include those shown on the following
postcard--the only image we have ever seen documenting these events:
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