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Arms and the Map; A Study of Nationalities and Frontiers

By: Hannah, Ian Campbell, B. 1874

...portion. Originally it was wholly fclav and largely identified with Bohemian nationalism. THE AUSTRIAN EMPIRE 187 Turks, in later days they had no ve... ...le extent the Greek cities were all brought together by the semi-bar- barian Macedonian power under Philip and Alexander the Great. But although the M...

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The Soul of Europe; A Character-Study of the Militant Nations

By: Mccabe, Joseph, 1867-1955

... Rumania Brightness of the Balkan capitals The shadow 6f Austriaand Russia The Macedonian question, the Greek, and the Albanian 187 vi THE SOUL OF EU... ...e : too inflated with old pride to grant federation and too weak to extinguish nationalism. The two master peoples are themselves entirely dissimilar ... ... was by no means a mere ques- tion of Moslem oppressing Christian. There is no Macedonian race. The land is peopled by repre- sentatives of the four r... ...m from taxation for ever. Mean- time the Turk was in possession, and, when the Macedonian Committee started the futile and lamen- table revolt, Abd ul... ...ny, Austria took from the Sultan a railway concession (in the direction of the Macedonian coast) and restored to him his liberty to commit outrages. T... ... as it was un- fed, unpaid, and scurvily treated. The Young Turks captured the Macedonian troops, formed a " Com- mittee of Union and Progress," and i... ...n's energy. To a large extent the problems of the Balkans are due to a kind of nationalism, the determination to recover ancient frontiers, which a mo...

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The Soul of Europe; A Character-Study of the Militant Nations

By: Mccabe, Joseph, 1867-1955

... and Rumania Brightness of the Balkan capitals The shadow of Austriaand Russia The Macedonian question, the Greek, and the Albanian 187 336596 vi THE... ...ilate : too inflated with old pride to grant federation and too weak to extinguish nationalism. The two master peoples are themselves entirely dissimi... ...t it was by no means a mere ques- tion of Moslem oppressing Christian. There is no Macedonian race. The land is peopled by repre- sentatives of the fo... ...e him from taxation for ever. Mean- time the Turk was in possession, and, when the Macedonian Committee started the futile and lamen- table revolt, Ab... ...ermany, Austria took from the Sultan a railway concession (in the direction of the Macedonian coast) and restored to him his liberty to commit outrage... ...ent, as it was un- fed, unpaid, and scurvily treated. The Young Turks captured the Macedonian troops, formed a " Com- mittee of Union and Progress," a... ...ation's energy. To a large extent the problems of the Balkans are due to a kind of nationalism, the determination to recover ancient frontiers, which ...

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Turkey in Revolution

By: Buxton, Charles Roden, 1875-1942

...ng- leaders, in the centre of a square formed by the loyal troops from the Macedonian garrison, being addressed by Mukhtar Pasha, the commander of the... ...any others, I had been deeply interested in Near Eastern affairs since the Macedonian rising of 1903 and the brutal suppression which followed it ; I ... ...on ; and it throws some light on the opinions of the Young Turks about the Macedonian question during the pre-revolutionary period. I have thought it ... ... with dense oak scrub. It was from Resna that the signal was given for the Macedonian rising of 1903- Here, on July 4, 1908, a brevet-major, Niazi Bey... ...on, and his oath to observe it, had yet to be obtained. Some troops of the Macedonian garrison hastily entrained for the capital, and were stationed i... ...y have studied and reflected, and it is now their turn to act. The idea of nationalism, indeed, in its full modern development, they have not really g... ...orms, 34 ManiassiZadi Refik Bey, 125 Mechveret^ the, 52 Monastir, 38, 64 N Nationalism, Young Turk idea of, 141-143 Niazi Bey, 57 Novi-Bazar, 53, 219 ...

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Prestige; A Psychological Study of Social Estimates

By: Leopold, Lewis

...s are present, as in the case of negroes, every conception of equality and nationalism incorporated in the statute-book is per- verted. All that appea... ...7 Sultan. Germany did not try to force upon Abdul Hainid the reform of the Macedonian government that outrage on the prestige of the Sultan. Consequen...

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Fire and Sword in the Caucasus

By: Villari, Luigi, B. 1876

...But a national hero, Pharna- bazes, led the people to revolt, expelled the Macedonian Governor, and founded a Georgian dynasty. Subse- quently the rig... ...n at that time was the uprising of the subject peoples, and the revival of nationalism in Poland, in Finland, in the Caucasus. The policy of the Russi... ... of the general unrest to press forward their claims in favour of Georgian nationalism. They make use of the terrorists, secretly support them, and ev... ...political movement, and the chief writers are also the leaders of Georgian Nationalism. One finds Prince Chavchavadze's portrait a O KUTAIS AND THE ... ...s made to pro- scribe the Georgian language. Any movement that savoured of nationalism was sternly repressed, and the Georgian intelligentia, consisti... ... of the Plehve school were far less afraid of Social Democracy than of the Nationalism of the Georgian 74 FIRE AND SWORD IN THE CAUCASUS nobles and i... ...s Armdniens " —a dictum thoroughly in keeping with Russia's Arme- nian and Macedonian policy of the last twenty years. But in this connection the sole...

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Russia and the Great War

By: Aleksinskii Grigorii Aleksieevich, 1879; Miall, Bernard, Translator

...man capital. The same story was repeated in 1905, in con- nection with the Macedonian question, when Germany refused to take part in a naval demon- st... ... rabid partisans of the Orthodox Church, of the autocracy, of True-Russian Nationalism, and the most savage reac- cionaries." ' If we now examine the ... ...urope. Otherwise they would run the risk of falling into a ' revolutionary nationalism,' con- cerned only with its own country, and ignoring the inter... ...of revenge, of national defence, and of libera- tion from the German yoke. Nationalism and 308 RUSSIA AND THE GREAT WAR chauvinism would supplant int... ... we "are discussing, because there are two Russias— the Russia of Tsarism, Nationalism, and the re- action, and the Russia of democracy, toleration, a... ...enian publicist M. Varandian, when the Novoie Vremkt, the organ of Russian Nationalism, pronounced in favour of "an annexation pure and simple of Turk...

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Boon, The Mind of the Race, The Wild Asses of the Devil, And the Last Trump; Being a First Selection from the Literary Remains of George Boon, Appropriate to the Times

By: Wells, Herbert George, 1866-1946; Bliss, Reginald

...of leisure. What 182 BOON was really going on was the gathering up of the Macedonian power to smash through Greece, and then make Greece conquer Asia... ...ness of the German mind. It had become more and more manifest, he said, as nationalism had ousted foreign influence. You see what pretty scope for mut...

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The Psychology of the Great War

By: Le Bon, Gustave, 1841-1931; Andrews, E., Translator

...e stronger cannot keep from oppress- ing the weaker, as may be seen in the Macedonian districts which were allotted to the Greeks and Serbians by the ... ...er power. " We had not forgotten the Forstner affair, that crisis of acute nationalism and warlike arrogance, in which Germany asserted herself and me...

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