SALONICA – SOLUN – THESSALONIKI: THE BULGARIAN TRACES
Rossitsa Gradeva and Yura Konstantinova, PrefaceI. The Bulgarian Community in Ottoman Salonica Nadia Danova,The St. Georgi Pobedonosets Athonite Monastery of Zographou and Salonica Margarita Dobreva, On Bulgarians in Salonica, 1834 – 1845 Eleonora Naxidou, From Ohrid to Salonica: Margaritis Dimitsas and His ‘Macedonian Itinerary’ Maria Litina, The Bulgarian Community in Salonica from 1880 to 1910 according to Greek Sources Yordan Zhelev, The Bulgarian Community in Ottoman Salonica (1878-1913): Demographic, Economomic and Social Characteristics Aleka Strezova, The Hadzhimishev Family in Salonica Yura Konstantinova, The Bulgarian Girls’ High School in Salonica Ivaylo Nachev, The Yunak Movement and the Bulgarian Gymnastic Society in Salonica II. The Great Powers and the Salonica Bulgarians Rossitsa Gradeva and Sinan Kuneralp, The Murder of the Consuls in Salonica, 1876: the Bulgarian Trace. Roumiana Preshlenova, La ville convoitée. Austro-Hungarian Diplomatic Evidence on the Bulgarians in Salonica in Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries. Tina Georgieva, Russian Politics and the Bulgarians in Salonica. Raïa Zaïmova, Les missions catholiques, les Bulgares et la ville de Salonique. Elmira Vassileva, The American Farm School in Salonica and the Bulgarians. III. Bulgarians and Thessaloniki on the Two Sides of the National Borders. Malamir Spasov, Solun and the Bulgarians. On Past, Memory, Recollections and History. Georgi Dikin, The Refugee Issue in Bulgaria and Greece: Plovdiv and Thessaloniki, Late 1920s. Vlasis Vlasidis, The German-Bulgarian Military Cemetery in Thessaloniki (1925-1946). Gergana Doncheva, The Bulgarian Participation at the International Film Festival in Thessaloniki (1963-2020). Evgenia Troeva, Between Tourism and Pilgrimage: Visits of Bulgarians to Thessaloniki. Tanya Matanova, Contemporary Bulgarian Community in Thessaloniki.