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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  
 

4. BULGARIAN STATE AFTER 1944

 

4. BULGARIAN STATE AFTER 1944
4.1. FOREIGN TESTIMONIES
    4.1.1. DIPLOMATIC DOCUMENTS AND MATERIALS
    4.1.2.PUBLICATIONS AND RESEARCHES OF JOURNALISTS AND SCIENTISTS
4.2. STATE ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS
    4.2.1. EDUCATION AND CULTURE
    4.2.2. SCIENCE
    4.3.3. STATISTICS
4.3. BULGARIANS FOR THYSELF
    4.3.1. MEMORANDUMS TO INTERNATIONAL FORUMS AND ORGANIZATIONS, GOVERNMENTS, PERSONALITIES
    4.3.2. NATIONAL MOVEMENTS
    4.3.2.1. MACEDONIAN ORGANIZATIONS IN BULGARIA
    4.3.2.2. BULGARIAN LEGAL FORMATIONS IN REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA
    4.3.2.3. MACEDONIAN ORGANIZATIONS IN WESTERN EUROPE, USA, AUSTRALIA

 

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4. BULGARIAN STATE AFTER 1944
4.1. FOREIGN TESTIMONIES
    4.1.1. DIPLOMATIC DOCUMENTS AND MATERIALS
    4.1.2.PUBLICATIONS AND RESEARCHES OF JOURNALISTS AND SCIENTISTS
4.2. STATE ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS
    4.2.1. EDUCATION AND CULTURE
    4.2.2. SCIENCE
    4.3.3. STATISTICS
4.3. BULGARIANS FOR THYSELF
    4.3.1. MEMORANDUMS TO INTERNATIONAL FORUMS AND ORGANIZATIONS, GOVERNMENTS, PERSONALITIES
    4.3.2. NATIONAL MOVEMENTS
    4.3.2.1. MACEDONIAN ORGANIZATIONS IN BULGARIA
    4.3.2.2. BULGARIAN LEGAL FORMATIONS IN REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA
    4.3.2.3. MACEDONIAN ORGANIZATIONS IN WESTERN EUROPE, USA, AUSTRALIA

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