The History of Bulgaria

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ABC-CLIO, 2011 - 210 страници

Now an Eastern European leader in the fields of science and technology, a nation with impressive renewable energy production capabilities and an extensive communication infrastructure, as well as a top exporter of minerals and metals, Bulgaria has grown both economically and politically over the past two decades.

The History of Bulgaria examines the country's development, describing its cultural, political, and social history and development over 13 centuries. The modern era is particularly emphasized, including Bulgaria's role in World War II, the long tenure of Communist leader Todor Zhivkov, the role of Aleksandur Stamboliiski and the Bulgarian Agrarian National Union, and the myriad changes in Bulgaria's post-Communist period. The author also highlights significant individuals in Bulgarian history, such as Dimitur Peshev, the Deputy Speaker whose actions saved 50,000 Jews from the Holocaust.

 

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Chapter 1 The First Bulgarian Empire 10000 BCE1018
1
Chapter 2 The Second Bulgarian Empire 10181393
15
Chapter 3 Bulgarian Revival 13931878
23
Chapter 4 Modern Bulgaria until the Balkan Wars 18781911
35
Chapter 5 Wars and the Peasant State 19111923
47
Chapter 6 Two Coups dEtat 19231935
67
Chapter 7 Royal Dictatorship and World War II 19351944
85
Chapter 8 The Communist Era 19441953
121
Chapter 9 The Zhivkov Years 19531990
137
Chapter 10 PostCommunist Bulgaria 19902010
159
Notable People in the History of Bulgaria
177
Glossary
187
Bibliographic Essay
193
Index
199
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Frederick B. Chary, PhD, is professor emeritus at Indiana University Northwest, Gary, IN.

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