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Old 08-25-2018, 05:06 AM   #221
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I'm guessing the MPO in the US. Two reasons: the names on the stamps are not written in Cyrillic, and Todor Aleksandrov made the short list of featured revolutionaries.
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Old 08-25-2018, 07:20 AM   #222
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I'm guessing the MPO in the US. Two reasons: the names on the stamps are not written in Cyrillic, and Todor Aleksandrov made the short list of featured revolutionaries.
Vic is right on the money, seen similar united Macedonia map on MPO brochures. The article stipulates that the stamps are from the US so another indication of MPO origins.

However, i'm surprised they didn't use the "ff" in Deltcheff, Alexandroff and Grueff.
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Old 08-27-2018, 08:12 AM   #223
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Good point on the -ff endings. However, being that MPO was around only 6 years at that point, perhaps they weren't as attached to the -ff endings yet.

Then again, who knows. My great-grandpa was -off since coming to the States in 1911 and he was anti-MPO.
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Old 08-27-2018, 05:49 PM   #224
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-ff was just the common way of spelling in English before the 1950s.
It has nothing to do with political affiliation.
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Good point on the -ff endings. However, being that MPO was around only 6 years at that point, perhaps they weren't as attached to the -ff endings yet.

Then again, who knows. My great-grandpa was -off since coming to the States in 1911 and he was anti-MPO.
Different graphics designer/editor i guess.
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That's true.
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