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By Nevill Forbes, Arnold J. Toynbee, D. Mitrany, D. G. Hogarth, Timeless Classic Books

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This e-book used to be written in 1915. This used to be a time that observed many major occasions that affected the Balkans. Written by means of 4 varied authors from varied destinations, here's their preface to "The Balkans". PREFACE The authors of this quantity haven't labored in conjunction. greatly separated, working on different tasks, and pressed for time, we've had no chance for interchange of perspectives. every one has to be held accountable, for this reason, for his personal part on my own. If there be any discrepancies in our writings (it isn't really not likely in so disputed a box of background) we will merely remorse an unlucky results of the conditions. as a result of speedy switch within the family of our nation to different Balkan peoples, the tone of a piece written previous may possibly vary from that of one other written later. it can be good to country that the sections on Serbia and Bulgaria have been comprehensive ahead of the decisive Balkan advancements of the prior months. these on Greece and Rumania symbolize just a little later degree of the evolution. That on Turkey, compiled among one undertaking in a foreign country and one other, was once the most recent to be complete. If our sympathies usually are not all of the related, or given both to pals and foes, none folks may locate it attainable to indite a Hymn of Hate approximately any Balkan humans. each one of these peoples, on no matter what facet he be combating to-day, has a previous priceless of greater than our recognize and interwoven in a few intimate approach with our historical past. that anyone of them is arrayed opposed to us to-day isn't really to be laid fullyyt or mainly at its personal door. they're all tremendous peoples who've now not received their right areas within the sunlight.

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In 996 he threatened Salonika, but first of all embarked on an expedition against the Peloponnese; here he was followed by the Greek general, who managed to surprise and completely overwhelm him, he and his son barely escaping with their lives. From that year (996) his fortune changed; the Greeks reoccupied northern Bulgaria, in 999, and also recovered Thessaly and parts of Macedonia. The Bulgars were subjected to almost annual attacks on the part of Basil II; the country was ruined and could not long hold out.

The Russians, helped by the Bulgarians and Rumanians, fought throughout the summer with the greatest gallantry; they took Plevna, after a three months' siege, in December, occupied Sofia and Philippopolis in January 1878, and pushed forward to the walls of Constantinople. The Turks were at their last gasp, and at Adrianople, in March 1878, Ignatiyev dictated the terms of the Treaty of San Stefano, by which a principality of Bulgaria, under the nominal suzerainty of the Sultan, was created, stretching from the Danube to the Aegean, and from the Black Sea to Albania, including all Macedonia and leaving to the Turks only the district between Constantinople and Adrianople, - 44 - The Balkans: A History of Bulgaria--Serbia--Greece--Rumania--Turkey Chalcidice, and the town of Salonika; Bulgaria would thus have regained the dimensions it possessed under Tsar Simeon nine hundred and fifty years previously.

In May 1894, as a result of a social misadventure in which he became involved, Stambulóv sent in his resignation, confidently expecting a refusal. To his mortification it was accepted; thereupon he initiated a violent press campaign, but his halo had faded, and on July 15 he was savagely attacked in the street by unknown men, who afterwards escaped, and he died three days later. So intense were the emotions of the people that his grave had to be guarded by the military for two months. In - 51 - The Balkans: A History of Bulgaria--Serbia--Greece--Rumania--Turkey November 1894 followed the death of the Emperor Alexander III, and as a result of this double event the road to a reconciliation with Russia was opened.

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