Canadian Macedonian Historical Society

Lecture: 1913 Treaty of Bucharest: Macedonia's Partition

By Risto Stefov

May 19, 2008

 

 

The year 1878 is significant because it put in motion many events that had lasting consequences for the Macedonian people.

During this lecture Risto Stefov talked about internal and external influences that initiated events in 1878 which lead to Macedonia’s partition in 1913.

He began by giving an idea of how the Great Powers of the time influenced the Balkans politically and economically, and why foreign churches and schools came to Macedonia and the kind of influence they had on the Macedonian people.

He also talked about involvements of royal families that influenced Macedonia’s partition, and a brief introduction about the Macedonian people’s rise to power during the Ilinden Uprising and their failure to achieve independence and create a Macedonian State

Finally he outlined the actions of Macedonia’s neighbours in Macedonia’s invasion, occupation and partition and the conditions under which the Treaty of Bucharest was signed on August 10, 1913.

Left to Right: John Thomas (President CMHS), Risto Stefov & Odyssey Belchevski (Director of Lectures CMHS)

 

 


 

 

 

 

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