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  1. MEDIEVAL BULGARIA (VII-XIV c.)  
  2. BULGARIA BELOW OTTOMAN POWER (XV-XIX c.)  
  3. MODERN BULGARIAN STATE (1878-1944)  
  4. BULGARIAN STATE AFTER 1944  
 

2. BULGARIA BELOW OTTOMAN POWER (XV-XIX c.)

 

2. BULGARIA BELOW OTTOMAN POWER (XV-XIX c.)
2.1. FOREIGN TESTIMONIES
    2.1.1. DIPLOMATIC DOCUMENTS AND MATERIALS
    2.1.2. SOURCES FROM TRAVELERS, PUBLICISTS, SCIENTISTS
2.2. STATE ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS
    2.2.1. ECONOMY
    2.2.2. EDUCATION AND CHURCH
    2.2.3. STATISTICS
2.3. BULGARIANS FOR THYSELF
    2.3.1. MEMORANDUMS, PROTESTS TO CONSTANTINOPLE, GOVERNMENTS, ORGANIZATIONS
    2.3.2. EDUCATION AND CHURCH
    2.3.3. NATIONAL LIBERATION MOVEMENT
    2.3.4. POPULAR CUSTOMS AND CULTURE

 

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2. BULGARIA BELOW OTTOMAN POWER (XV-XIX c.)
2.1. FOREIGN TESTIMONIES
    2.1.1. DIPLOMATIC DOCUMENTS AND MATERIALS
    2.1.2. SOURCES FROM TRAVELERS, PUBLICISTS, SCIENTISTS
2.2. STATE ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS
    2.2.1. ECONOMY
    2.2.2. EDUCATION AND CHURCH
    2.2.3. STATISTICS
2.3. BULGARIANS FOR THYSELF
    2.3.1. MEMORANDUMS, PROTESTS TO CONSTANTINOPLE, GOVERNMENTS, ORGANIZATIONS
    2.3.2. EDUCATION AND CHURCH
    2.3.3. NATIONAL LIBERATION MOVEMENT
    2.3.4. POPULAR CUSTOMS AND CULTURE

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