The Macedonian Question, 1893-1908, from Western Sources

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East European Monographs, 1998 - History - 401 pages
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This book provides an extensive analysis of the events in Macedonia between 1893 and 1908 as reported by diplomatic and military representatives of the Great Powers. It focuses on the activities of the Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization, illustrating its role as an independent organization with its own ideas, goals, and methods. Lange-Akhund conducts a careful review and analysis of the aims and policies of the Great Powers in Macedonia, with France, Russia, Austria, Britain, and Italy each establishing their own "spheres of influence". She provides a lucid interpretation of the reasons for the failure of diplomacy and foreign intervention to solve the complex and still pertinent "Macedonian Question".

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