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Bulgarian Historiography on the Balkan Wars 1912–13

  • Svetlozar EldarovEmail author
  • Bisser Petrov
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Abstract

The authors of this chapter differentiate and outline the main phases in the development of Bulgarian historiography on the Balkan Wars within a period of almost 100 years. Generally speaking, these phases are predetermined by various factors, among the most important of which are those closely connected to the very development of the Bulgarian state. In this broader context, four main stages can be recognized. All of them, in one way or another, are inevitably affected by the political situation of their time. The authors chronologically reveal the main distinctive achievements and disadvantages of every stage, and draw conclusions based on a variety of empirical and bibliographical material.

Keywords

Bulgarian Academy Communist Regime General Staff Academic Conference Military History 
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  1. 1.Institute of Balkan Studies and Center of ThracologySofiaBulgaria
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