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World War II in Yugoslav Macedonia
Final operations for the liberation of Macedonia
Under the leadership of the new Bulgarian pro-Soviet government, four Bulgarian armies, 455,000 strong in total, were mobilized and reorganized. By the end of September, the Red Army 3rd Ukrainian Front troops were concentrated at the Bulgarian-Yugoslav border. In the early October 1944 three Bulgarian armies, consisting of around 340,000-man,[55] together with the Red Army reentered occupied Yugoslavia and moved from Sofia to Niš, Skopje and Pristina to blocking the German forces withdrawing from Greece.[56][57] In Macedonia the Bulgarians operated in conjunction with the fighters of the MNLA, but this cooperation did not proceed without difficulties.[58] From 8 October to 19 November, the Stracin – Kumanovo operation was held and Kratovo, Kriva Palanka, Kumanovo and Skopje[59] were taken.
At the same time the Bregalnica – Strumica operation was led, and the Wehrmacht was driven from the villages of Delchevo, Kočani, Stip, Strumica and Veles.[60] Southern and Eastern Serbia, Kosovo and Vardar Macedonia were liberated by the end of November.[61][62] The 3rd Ukrainian Front in collaboration with the People's Liberation Army of Yugoslavia and Bulgarian People's Army carried out the Belgrade Offensive. The 130,000-strong Bulgarian First Army continued to Hungary, driving off the Germans, while the rest moved back to Bulgaria. On a series of maps from Army Group E, showing its withdrawal through Macedonia and Southern Serbia, as well as in the memoirs of its chief of staff, there is almost no indication of Yugoslav Partisan units, but only Bulgarian divisions. Despite these facts, the contribution of Bulgarian troops is still much debated in the Republic of Macedonia for political reasons.[63][64]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_War_II_in_Yugoslav_Macedonia?fbclid=IwAR12_RkcmTXq5UxQ4eQ2mjJ9awL4wh9d7q2sCqO3m9ZtrnUJ7um-A_YZpvE
War and revolution in Yugoslavia, 1941–1945: occupation and collaboration, Jozo Tomasevich, Stanford University Press, 2001, ISBN 0-8047-3615-4, pp. 751–752.
https://books.google.bg/books?id=fqUSGevFe5MC&pg=PA751&redir_esc=y&fbclid=IwAR2ki6ukkKk5aOKajk-n7QGPx-Ds_xVZpGv6a0K1JgOfn3s7tn3VyzaD-LU#v=onepage&q&f=false
Zrtve rata 1941-1945
http://publikacije.stat.gov.rs/G1966/Pdf/G19666001.pdf
Svetozar Vukmanović - Tempo Macedonia
https://www.google.com/search?q=Svetozar+Vukmanovi%C4%87+-+Tempo+Macedonia&sxsrf=ALeKk02Klfta6cJKIFHekyIZhudokAosQg:1603020969251&ei=qSiMX4LvDvGNlwT9tYzADA&start=0&sa=N&ved=2ahUKEwjC58G7hr7sAhXxxoUKHf0aA8g4ChDy0wN6BAgLEDI&biw=1024&bih=625
https://www.google.com/search?q=Svetozar+Vukmanovi%C4%87+-+Tempo+Macedonia&sxsrf=ALeKk02wfshRWnOxIoS5oVoPVA2WeZS9-Q:1603020916277&source=lnms&tbm=bks&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiSwKCihr7sAhWrAGMBHVlzBlkQ_AUoAHoECAsQCA&biw=1024&bih=625
November 13, 1944 (Monday)
The Bulgarian 1st Army captured Skopje.[15]
The Japanese destroyers Akebono, Akishimo, Hatsuharu and Kiso were all bombed and sunk by U.S. Navy aircraft in and around the Cavite Naval Yard in Manila, while destroyer Okinami was sunk 8 nautical miles west of the city.
Japanese submarine I-12 was hedgehogged and sunk east of Hawaii by American warships.
Civil air service returned to London for the first time since September 1939.[5]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/November_1944
Stone & Stone Books
War Diary
November 13, 1944 (Monday)
Russian Front
Finnish forces capture Inari in northern Finland
Arctic Front, June 1941 - May 1945
German forces withdraw from Skopje as Bulgarian 1st Army advances
Southern flank of the Russian Front, 1944-1945
Bulgarian 1st Army captures Skopje
Southern flank of the Russian Front, 1944-1945
http://books.stonebooks.com/wardiary/19441113/
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Balkan campaigns, the Aegean, and the Adriatic, 1942-1945
Russo-German War, 1941-1945
Axworthy, Mark, Cornel Scafes, and Christian Craciunoiu. Third Axis Fourth Ally: Romanian Armed Forces in the European War, 1941-1945. London: Arms and Armour, 1995
Bantea, Eugen, Constantin Nicolae, and Gheorghe Zaharia. Romania in the War against Hitler's Germany, August 1944-May 1945. Bucharest: Meridiane Publishing House, 1970
Buchner, Alex. Ostfront 1944: The German Defensive Battles on the Russian Front, 1944. West Chester, PA: Schiffer Military History, 1991
Clark, Alan. Barbarossa: The Russian-German Conflict, 1941-45. New York: William Morrow and Company, 1965
Cornish, Nik. Armageddon Ost: The German Defeat on the Eastern Front 1944-45. Hersham, UK: Ian Allan Publishing, 2006
Dick, C. J. From Defeat to Victory: The Eastern Front, Summer 1944. Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas, 2016
Erickson, John. The Road to Berlin. New York: Harper and Row, 1983
Erickson, John (editor). Main Front: Soviet Leaders Look Back on World War II. London: Brassey's, 1987
Frieser, Karl-Heinz, Klaus Schmider, Klaus Schonherr, et al. Das Deutsche Reich in der Defensive: Die Ostfront 1943/44, Der Krieg im Osten und an den Nebenfronten. Munchen: Verlagsgruppe Random House GmbH, 2007
Glantz, D. M. and Jonathan House. When Titans Clashed: How the Red Army Stopped Hitler. Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas, 1996
Gosztony, Peter. Der Kampf um Budapest, 1944-1945. Munich: Schnell und Steiner, 1964
Grechko, Andrei (ed). The Liberation Mission of the Soviet Armed Force in the Second World War. Moscow: Progress Publishers, 1975
Guillemot, Philippe. Hungary 1944-1945: The Panzers' Last Stand. Paris: Histoire & Collections, 2011
Higgins, David R. Jagdpanther vs SU-100: Eastern Front 1945. Botley, UK: Osprey Publishing, 2014
Hinze, Rolf. East Front Drama 1944. Winnipeg: J.J. Fedorowicz, 1996
Hinze, Rolf. To the Bitter End: The Final Battles of Army Groups North Ukraine, A, Centre, Eastern Front 1944-45. Solihull, UK: Helion & Company, 2005
Hinze, Rolf. With the Courage of Desperation: Germany's Defence of the Southern Sector of the Eastern Front, 1944-45. Solihull, UK: Helion & Company, 2013
Hlihor, Constantin and Ioan Scurtu. The Red Army in Romania. Iasi: Center for Romanian Studies, 2000
Hnilicke. Das Ende aud dem Balkan, 1944/45. Berlin: Musterschmidt-Verlag
Isaev, A. and M. Kolomiets. Tomb of the Panzerwaffe: The Defeat of the Sixth SS Panzer Army in Hungary. Solihull, UK: Helion & Company, 2014
Jakl, Tomas. May 1945 in the Czech Lands: Ground Operations of the Axis and Allied Forces. Prague: MBI Publishing - Czech, 2004
Kern, Erich. Die Letze Schlacht Ungarn 1944-45. Preussisch-Oldendorf: 1960
Kissel. Die Katastrophe In Rumanien 1944. 1964
Konev, I. Year of Victory. Moscow: Progress Publishers, 1969
Maier, Georg. Drama between Budapest and Vienna: The Final Battles of the 6. Panzer-Armee in the East, 1945. Winnipeg: J. J. Fedorowicz Publishing Inc, 2004
Matev, Kaloyan. Red Wind over the Balkans: The Soviet offensive south of the Danube, September-October 1944. Solihull, UK: Helion & Company - Forthcoming, date unknown
McTaggart, Patrick. Siege! Six Epic Eastern Front Assaults of World War II. Winnipeg: J. J. Fedorowicz Publishing Inc, 2005
Melnyk, Michael James. To Battle: The Formation and History of the 14th Galician Waffen-SS Division. Solihull, UK: Helion & Company, 2002
Minasyan, M. M. (ed). Great Patriotic War of the Soviet Union. Moscow: Progress Publishers, 1974
Mitcham Jr, Samuel W. Crumbling Empire: The German Defeat in the East, 1944. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press and Praeger Publishers, 2001
Moore, Perry. Panzerschlacht: Armoured Operations on the Hungarian Plains, September-November 1944. Solihull, UK: Helion & Company, 2008
Nevenkin, Kamen. Take Budapest: The Struggle for Hungary, Autumn 1944. Stroud, UK: Spellmount / The History Press, 2012
Pencz, Rudolf. For the Homeland! The History of the 31st Waffen-SS Volunteer Grenadier Division. Solihull, UK: Helion & Company, 2002
Pierik, Perry. Hungary 1944-1945: The Forgotten Tragedy. Nieuwegein: Aspekt, 1997
Ranki, Gyorgy. 1944 Marcius 19: Magyarorszag Megszallasa. Budapest: Kossuth Konyvkiado, 1979
Schmidt-Richberg. Das Ende auf Dem Balkan. Heidelberg: Scharnhorst Buchkameradschaft, 1955
Seaton, Albert. The Russo-German War, 1941-45. London: Arthur Barker, 1971
Sharpe, Michael and Brian L. Davis. Leibstandarte: Hitler's Elite Bodyguard. Hersham, UK: Ian Allan Publishing, 2002
Shtemenko, S. M. The Last Six Months: Russia's Final Battles with Hitler's Armies in World War II. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1977
Staff of S&T. War in the East: The Russo-German Conflict, 1944-45. New York: SPI, 1977
Szamveber, Norbert. Days of Battle: Armoured Operations North of the River Danube, Hungary 1944-45. Solihull, UK: Helion & Company, 2013
Szamveber, Norbert. The Sword Behind The Shield: A Combat History of the German Efforts to Relieve Budapest 1945. Solihull, UK: Helion & Company, 2016
Taylor, Brian. The Defeat of Germany, 19 November 1942 - 15 May 1945. Staplehurst, UK: Spellmount Ltd, 2004
Treptow, Kurt W. (editor). Romania and World War II. Iasi: Center for Romanian Studies, 2000
Ungvary, Krisztian. Battle for Budapest: 100 Days in World War II. London: I.B. Tauris, 2003
Ziemke, Earl F. Stalingrad to Berlin: The German Defeat in the East. Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1966
http://books.stonebooks.com/subject/1000269/
In the last week of October the Russians and Bulgarians made strong bids to take Kraljevo and Skoplje. Having the troops to spare and the railroad, Loehr could meet the challenge, if in both places none too soon. On 2 November Army Group E stopped the Russians at Kraljevo and in the next several days halted the Bulgarians east of Skoplje. The success of the withdrawal through Macedonia was then assured.31 North of Skoplje the army group would have to veer west onto poorer roads, but it would be spared the almost certain disaster of a winter march through the coastal mountains.
Again Weichs' chief handicap was his own earlier indecision; he had potential reserves but no prospect of bringing them to bear in time. Army Group E's withdrawal had gone without a hitch through mid-November. Then, on the 18th, Bulgarian Second Army had opened a strong attack north of Skoplje.
Again Weichs' chief handicap was his own earlier indecision; he had potential reserves but no prospect of bringing them to bear in time. Army Group E's withdrawal had gone without a hitch through mid-November. Then, on the 18th, Bulgarian Second Army had opened a strong attack north of Skoplje. The next day Balkan Air Force bombers had destroyed the Drina bridge at Visegrad, backing up truck and troop columns eighty five miles east to Kraljevo. In Albania strong partisan units hemmed XXI Mountain Corps in on all sides as it tried to join the retreat. Army Group E had to put back into its own front some of the troops it had intended to release, and the rest were stalled in central Yugoslavia 200 miles and more from where they could do any good.
https://www.ibiblio.org/hyperwar/USA/USA-EF-Defeat/USA-EF-Defeat-17.html?fbclid=IwAR2HFSB62HKy75f7VCyZvNGFyRYQ67DWQv1KCpWk9J_bsH--ZlFFsl6BOxc
Multinational Operations, Alliances, and International Military Cooperation Past and Future, William W. Epley, Robert S. Rush, Government Printing Office, ISBN 0-16-079422-6, pp. 82–83.
https://books.google.bg/books?id=I6n97Zl9tqsC&pg=PA82&redir_esc=y&fbclid=IwAR0wGGjYUi9EBFj0dl_Yn8P5s9HSvp1pyHe-iASKr-trp8iYhma_hBcCt-g#v=onepage&q&f=false
Stalingrad to Berlin: The German Defeat in the East
By Earl F. Ziemke
https://books.google.bg/books?id=Pr6HhrecbZ8C&pg=PA365&lpg=PA365&dq=german%20army%20group%20e%20bulgarian%20army&source=bl&ots=dGBAV91wcw&sig=t2eOlQHHtXrgKMG8qgT49DHR59U&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiQlYiJqqHRAhUGrxoKHcglCZoQ6AEIXzAP&fbclid=IwAR0h_k8lC5AoPx2dxIxz4d-UkLPq90_rmERwRGt4zhxYMT8NIenR6_wRWJ0#v=onepage&q=german%20army%20group%20e%20bulgarian%20army&f=false
The German Defeat in the East: 1944-45
By Samuel W. Mitcham Jr.
https://books.google.bg/books?id=kPK3DAAAQBAJ&pg=PA199&lpg=PA199&dq=german%20army%20group%20e%20bulgarian%20army&source=bl&ots=FTfUZrgbYA&sig=VmXO_ocm2YdkxVDd8gK7Fs6bUMM&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiQlYiJqqHRAhUGrxoKHcglCZoQ6AEIYjAQ&fbclid=IwAR1To6lL9TTBqq-sUmAbkVn_El-VAj9kF8ngFijvfNs-BV6RyT9XtOiQSgs#v=onepage&q=german%20army%20group%20e%20bulgarian%20army&f=false
Крайовска спогодба (1944)
Крайовската спогодба е подписана на 5 октомври 1944 г. в Крайова, Румъния. Спогодбата има характер на примирие и е сключена между България и комунистическата съпротива в Югославия. Спогодбата е подписана със посредничеството на СССР.[1]
С подписването й между председателя на Националния комитет за освобождението на Югославия (НКОЮ) и делегацията на българското правителство на ОФ, официално се узаконява военното пребиваване на българската армия на югославска територия и военното сътрудничество с ЮНОВ. Спогодбата приема, че всички въпроси, които произтичат от междусъседските отношения и приятелското сътрудничество между България и Югославия “ще се решават в духа на братските и общи интереси на народите на Югославия и България”. (виж руския текст). Пред българската армия е поставена задачата да разгроми противниковите сили в Източна Сърбия и Вардарска Македония и да прекъсне пътя за отстъпление на германците по долините на р. Морава, Вардар и Ибар. На практика обаче, Маршал Тито не иска българската армия да воюва на югославска територия и се съгласява на българското военно участие едва след личния натиск от Сталин, но с условието, българската армия да не превзема големите градове, а да спира пред тях и да дава възможност първи като освободители да влязат югославските партизани.
https://bg.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%9A%D1%80%D0%B0%D0%B9%D0%BE%D0%B2%D1%81%D0%BA%D0%B0_%D1%81%D0%BF%D0%BE%D0%B3%D0%BE%D0%B4%D0%B1%D0%B0_(1944)?fbclid=IwAR1To6lL9TTBqq-sUmAbkVn_El-VAj9kF8ngFijvfNs-BV6RyT9XtOiQSgs
The Road To Berlin
By John Erickson
https://books.google.bg/books?id=XrUnCgAAQBAJ&pg=PT266&lpg=PT266&dq=german%20army%20group%20e%20bulgarian%20army&source=bl&ots=wDRPhXReya&sig=y8U8zlJrfXudMzx7kLAQq2jGiPw&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiQlYiJqqHRAhUGrxoKHcglCZoQ6AEIXDAO&fbclid=IwAR0CW8oLD81wQRgFoMdJ7s8prgACawzyKjevbD2Hzi-AxJLjNHnTFxzVUzw#v=onepage&q=german%20army%20group%20e%20bulgarian%20army&f=false
Tito, Mihailović, and the allies, 1941-1945 By Walter R. Roberts
The Macedonian Partisans were not very numerous or active either. The majority of Macedonians apparently did not consider themselves ethnically Serbs but Bulgarians and, whether Communist or not, wished to be united with their brothers ...
https://books.google.bg/books?id=43CbLU8FgFsC&pg=PA205&dq=macedonian+partisans&hl=en&ei=XEA1Tc_gN9H4ca3M5fIH&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q=macedonian%20partisans&f=false
The Macedonian Question: Britain and the Southern Balkans 1939-1949
By Dimitris Livanios
https://books.google.bg/books?id=uOPUnWM8RAYC&pg=PA187&dq=macedonian%20partisans&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjEzcS-v6HRAhXMvRoKHVTdCIUQ6AEIKzAB&fbclid=IwAR24jbkjIsoIhAr9ZOwEhda8kHNyG6AUgCneWUWHgw6MBAfI9goSUIla-bM#v=onepage&q=macedonian%20partisans&f=false
Страцинско-Кумановска операция
Страцинско-Кумановската операция е настъпателна операция на българската армия по време на участието на България във Втората световна война срещу войски на Третия райх, отбраняващи подстъпите към долината на река Вардар. Проведена е от 8 октомври до 14 ноември 1944, провеждана успоредно с Нишката настъпателна операция и Брегалнишко-струмишката настъпателна операция.
https://bg.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%A1%D1%82%D1%80%D0%B0%D1%86%D0%B8%D0%BD%D1%81%D0%BA%D0%BE-%D0%9A%D1%83%D0%BC%D0%B0%D0%BD%D0%BE%D0%B2%D1%81%D0%BA%D0%B0_%D0%BE%D0%BF%D0%B5%D1%80%D0%B0%D1%86%D0%B8%D1%8F?fbclid=IwAR3_dsSEMVnjGg3E_2oB5S1rVnQQPH6OwV4UntmHjqO_UTeVP34t5LQmDz8
България във Втората Световна Война - 3 част
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZijdIrB4l08&fbclid=IwAR2wX7D41H3kLlZvifXFNnzjm0d03LeMUREwG_l84D5IItfDtYyOwSnOh3E
Тук има нужда от някои пояснения. Между Тито и Българското правителство имало споразумение, българските войски да не навлизат в градовете на Югославия (Крайовска спогодба (1944)). Затова когато Българската армия освобождавала някой град тя пускала в него първи да влязат югославските партизани и ако имала възможност заобикаляла този град, а ако нямала вървяла след партизаните. За тази цел партизаните се придвижвали заедно с българските войници. В Скопие обаче, се случил голям гаф. Понеже града бил отбраняван от германски части и балисти, българската армия водила сражения с тях около него и в него. Македонските партизани се изплашили да влязат в бой и гледали тези сражения от близките възвишения на безопасно разстояние. Така в града първи влизат българските войници, а не партизаните. Поради тази причина между Апостолски и българските генерали избухнала голяма кавга. Апостолски обвинил българите, че не са изпълнили споразумението и не са пуснали първи да влязат македонските партизани. Та това е цялата история на славните македонски партизани.Според генерал Уолтър Оксли – ръководител на британската част на Съюзническата контролна комисия в България, който информира ръководството на военното министерство и щаба на обединените Съюзнически сили в Средиземноморието: "Скопие бе овладян след слаба немска съпротива на концентричните български атаки, докато партизаните стояха на околните хълмове, като слязоха долу, за да подкрепят влизането на българите в града. Българите са задържали военнопленниците, но са предали плененото оръжие на Титовите войски."

Апостолски, кој е водач на македонската армија во текот на НОБ, пишува дека по одобрение на врховниот командант на НОВ и ПОЈ, Јосип Броз Тито, во завршните операции од антифашистичката битка активно се вклучила и армијата на Отечествениот фронт на Бугарија, а во операцијата за ослободување на Скопје учествувала Втората отечествено-фронтовска бугарска армија
https://360stepeni.mk/general-apostolski-vo-osloboduvaneto-na-kriva-palanka-kumanovo-i-drugi-mesta-uchestvuvashe-i-bugarska-vojska/?fbclid=IwAR1gD-h8yr6_CZkRlc4lF8uVkXJSUhTLs7RLWP32tnqSJ_b7xG1Y_LdBmWk

Заев не зборувал на памет, лично Тито направил пакт со бугарската војска за ослободување на Македонија
https://frontline.mk/2020/11/26/zaev-ne-zboruval-na-pamet-lichno-tito-napravil-pakt-so-bugarskata-vo-ska-za-osloboduva-e-na-makedoni-a/?fbclid=IwAR1YYFWSG1-0CJkNybNpl082sjOq1iMKBMPYkEPO2h1mvAlBJMFxly9tKtc

Stratsin-Kumanovo operation
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stratsin-Kumanovo_operation

Niš operation
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ni%C5%A1_operation

Kosovo Operation (1944)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kosovo_Operation_(1944)

The Belgrade Offensive or the Belgrade Strategic Offensive Operation (Serbian: Београдска операција / Beogradska operacija; Russian: Белградская стратегическая наступательная операция, Belgradskaya strategicheskaya nastupatel'naya operatsiya) (15 September 1944 – 24 November 1944)[6] was a military operation during World War II in Yugoslavia in which Belgrade was liberated from the German Wehrmacht through the joint efforts of the Soviet Red Army, Yugoslav Partisans, and the Bulgarian Army.[7]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belgrade_Offensive

bulgarian army world war 2

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Пишман-прекомандата на Димитров е задоцнета шест месеци.



https://www.mkd.mk/kolumni/pishman-prekomandata-na-dimitrov-e-zadocneta-shest-meseci?fbclid=IwAR1xxQLceX-qUl__tPwmJIrme1MEDYPQrReQU86NC4JWGUgnAiRSdB1fkrA

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 на: Април 24, 2020, 04:54:38  
Поставена од опълченец - Последна порака опълченец
Македонските българи – мъченици на сръбския терор.


https://bulgarianhistory.org/voinata-se-vrushta-srubski-jestokosti/?fbclid=IwAR0dkSdntVju80YTaeCUKy6bSZiwuGF6QaYIpP2B9mUkeEmYrRjrX5muPAY

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 на: Април 15, 2020, 06:56:31  
Поставена од опълченец - Последна порака опълченец
Ми товарил калеш Дончо.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJqVlB0mqDs&fbclid=IwAR2hhGwduX31VkJxC4tdRpo-qUL7P0mZpvEZdO-3EJxXGVjOT62mYjXIFxg

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 на: Април 14, 2020, 06:51:11  
Поставена од опълченец - Последна порака опълченец
Александър Македонски и цар Самуил говорели един език!

Да на български!


https://www.dnes.bg/balkani/2013/05/22/aleksandyr-makedonski-i-car-samuil-govoreli-edin-ezik.188778?fbclid=IwAR3fHj8K7dRvDxFYZhRhVWbOGpjUe23c0mIr2Hzw0022faiNv5EbDPL7P50

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 на: Април 10, 2020, 03:11:01  
Поставена од опълченец - Последна порака опълченец
„Борците” за българо-македонско приятелство първо да признаят фалшификациите, които сами създаваха.


https://faktor.bg/bg/articles/bortsite-za-balgaro-makedonsko-priyatelstvo-parvo-da-priznayat-falshifikatsiite-koito-sami-sazdavaha

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 на: Април 09, 2020, 07:47:05  
Поставена од опълченец - Последна порака опълченец
„Борците” за българо-македонско приятелство първо да признаят фалшификациите, които сами създаваха.


https://faktor.bg/bg/articles/bortsite-za-balgaro-makedonsko-priyatelstvo-parvo-da-priznayat-falshifikatsiite-koito-sami-sazdavaha

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 на: Април 08, 2020, 10:57:54  
Поставена од опълченец - Последна порака опълченец
Айде пушки пукат, оган горит,
айде, оган горит од Йордана,
море од Йордана Пиперката,
море од Йордана капидана!
Той славен юнак од Козица,
той голем син на Македония!
Айде на Йордана бели бечви,
море бели бечви, бел джамадан,
Йордан ми одит на високо,
пушка ми държит на широко!
Той славен юнак од Козица,
той голем син на Македония!
Море кай що пукнит, се погоди,
айде докай одит - душман бегат,
море найпоекье спахиине,
море спахиине Солунянине!
Той славен юнак од Козица,
той голем син на Македония!
Айде каде одат - аскер водат,
море от страови Йорданови,
айде од Йордана оган горит,
море од Йордана сърце болит!

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 на: Април 08, 2020, 10:29:56  
Поставена од опълченец - Последна порака опълченец
Пращаме защитни облекла на братята от Македония.


http://www.voice-bg.com/29-glasat-na-bulgaria/6668-pr_za_skop.html?fbclid=IwAR0Q-q9whprktbYheyEsuT0sqO4X3baOO7yTRseponKR9oDAhoU6M2nES1s

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 на: Април 06, 2020, 10:47:31  
Поставена од опълченец - Последна порака опълченец
Македония задмина България по заразени от коронавирус.


https://www.vesti.bg/temi-v-razvitie/tema-koronavirus/makedoniia-zadmina-bylgariia-po-zarazeni-ot-koronavirus-6107862?fbclid=IwAR1iSgG5GEiblJZO9WKdM_N1QDY1lij8OW1ih79XBzZiOBSeWPLXeJ5IGPs

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