Thursday, January 12, 2012

Greek Origin of Slav-speaking fighters

SIGNIFICANCE OF MR. KARDELJ'S VISIT TO GREECE, The London Times, October 21, 1957.

"...It concerns the resettlement in South Serbia, near the Greek border, of a large number of former Greek Communist rebels (about 5,000 to 8.000 according to Greek sources) who took refuge in the Soviet Union in 1949. These Slav-speaking Greeks were divested of their Greek nationality and refused entry to Greece."

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- In 1957, current teritory of FYROM was mentioned as South Serbia, not Macedonia.
- Slav-speaking fighters from Civil War of 1949 were of Greek origin, who were refused to entry in Greece, because of political affiliation (Communists), not ethnicity.


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