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Old 04-13-2021, 08:39 AM   #531
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The Bulgarian pogrom wiped out Vlach (Arman) villages and towns

Pande Kolemishevski

- This spring marks 105 years since the beginning of the little-known pogrom of the Vlachs from Macedonia carried out by the Bulgarian authorities during the First World War in 1916, when they ruled the territory of present-day Macedonia, and then part of Serbia according to The Bucharest Agreement. In the Macedonian historiography the mass internment of the Vlach families in Bulgaria has not been studied and processed at all, it was not a subject of special interest of the Macedonian historians. Data is not stored in the Bulgarian archives either. There are no surviving written records, except for a few memories of direct sufferers or the memories of their descendants. In some private archives are kept the lists of forcibly displaced families and individuals, as a distant memory of the crimes, as a sad memory, as evidence of missing relatives, neighbors, friends.

- The most characteristic and most mass deportation was carried out in the sub-Pelister villages on the Bitola side: Magarevo, Trnovo, Molovishte, Gopesh and Nizopole. According to Professor Areti Sidovska, who researched the events, one morning in 1916 the Bulgarian commander gathered the inhabitants of Magarevo and Trnovo and told them that they would be deported the next day. He told them that each of them, women, men, old, young, has the right to carry only one bundle, and only in one hand.

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https://www.novamakedonija.com.mk/ma...1%d0%b5%d0%bb/
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Old 04-13-2021, 09:18 PM   #532
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one morning in 1916 the Bulgarian commander gathered the inhabitants of Magarevo and Trnovo and told them that they would be deported the next day.
If we accept the theories that Vlachs were of a shepherd culture, where were they being deported to?
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Old 04-14-2021, 01:50 PM   #533
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If we accept the theories that Vlachs were of a shepherd culture, where were they being deported to?
According to what's written in the article they were deported / relocated to several places throughout Bulgaria:

1) "Од убавите села останале само урнатини, семејствата им биле растурени низ цела Бугарија, најмногу во Русе и Пловдив и во околни села."

2) "Депортираните биле разместувани на повеќе места низ Бугарија, еден дел во Шумен."

3) "Во Струга и во Струшко интернацијата била спроведена по директива на врховистичкото крило на ВМРО, чие влијание во градот било големо. Мноштво стари луѓе, изнемоштени жени, мајки со малолетни деца, свештени лица, патувале пеш од Струга до Кичево каде што биле качени на воз, а оттаму транспортирани во најмизерни услови (како Евреите подоцна) до населби дури во Тракија, каде што им се губи трагата."

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According to what's written in the article they were deported / relocated to several places throughout Bulgaria:

1) "Од убавите села останале само урнатини, семејствата им биле растурени низ цела Бугарија, најмногу во Русе и Пловдив и во околни села."

2) "Депортираните биле разместувани на повеќе места низ Бугарија, еден дел во Шумен."

3) "Во Струга и во Струшко интернацијата била спроведена по директива на врховистичкото крило на ВМРО, чие влијание во градот било големо. Мноштво стари луѓе, изнемоштени жени, мајки со малолетни деца, свештени лица, патувале пеш од Струга до Кичево каде што биле качени на воз, а оттаму транспортирани во најмизерни услови (како Евреите подоцна) до населби дури во Тракија, каде што им се губи трагата."

Could Karakachanov be a descendant of one of these Vlach families?

He is from Ruse and family name has Vlach origins.
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Could Karakachanov be a descendant of one of these Vlach families? He is from Ruse and family name has Vlach origins.
I doubt that parasite has any ancestral connection to Macedonia, even if he is a Vlach. His father is supposedly from Gabrovo:

https://agentibg.com/index.php/bg/20...05-19-05-05-32
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