History of Dobrudzha, Volume IV, 1878-1944

History of Dobrudzha, Volume IV, 1878-1944

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Chapter one: Southern Dobrudzha (1878-1912)
1.1. Socio-economic development (Petar Todorov)
1.2. Political life (Zheko Popov)
1.3. Cultural and educational upsurge (Petar Todorov)

Chapter two: Northern Dobrudzha (1878-1912)
2.1. Political life in Rumania (Zheko Popov)
2.2. Economic development (Petar Todorov)
2.3. The ethno-demographic process (Zheko Popov)
2.4. Bulgarians in the political life (Zheko Popov)
2.5. Church, educational and cultural activities of the Bulgarians (Zheko Popov)

Chapter three: The Dobrudzha question from the Congress of Berlin to the Balkan Wars. Consequences of the wars.
3.1. The Dobrudzha question in Bulgarian-Rumanian relations until the beginning of the 20th century (Zheko Popov)
3.2. Rumanian aspirations towards Southern Dobrudzha (1903-1912) (Zheko Popov)
3.3. The Balkan Wars and the annexation of Southern Dobrudzha by Rumania (1912-1913) (Antonina Kuzmanova)
3.4. The Rumanian regime in Southern Dobrudzha (1913-1916) (Petar Todorov)
3.5. Foundation and activities of the émigré Dobrudzha Organization (Volodya Milachkov)

Chapter four: Dobrudzha during World War One (1916-1918)
4.1. The liberation of Dobrudzha in 1916 (Kosyo Penchikov)
4.2. Economic and political situation. Activities of the German Provisional Military Government (Kosyo Penchikov)
4.3. International aspects of the Dobrudzha question. The Condominium of Northern Dobrudzha (Kosyo Penchikov)
4.4. The foundation and activities of the Internal Dobrudzha Organization (Volodya Milachkov)

Chapter five: Dobrudzha from the Armistice of Thessalonica to the Peace Treaty of Neuilly (1918-1919)
5.1. The occupation of Dobrudzha and the resistance against it (Kosyo Penchikov)
5.2. The activities of the Dobrudzha organizations. The Great Congress (Volodya Milachkov)
5.3. The Dobrudzha question at the Paris Peace Conference (Antonina Kuzmanova)

Chapter six: The Rumanian policy in Dobrudzha (1919-1940)
6.1. Rumania after World War One (Blagovest Nyagulov)
6.2. Administrative regime and political life (Blagovest Nyagulov)
6.3. Ethno-demographic development (Petar Todorov)
6.4. Economic activity (Petar Todorov)
6.5. Dobrudzha in the Rumanian educational, church, cultural and scientific life (Blagovest Nyagulov)

Chapter seven: The national liberation struggle of the Dobrudzha Bulgarians (1919-1940)
7.1. The Dobrudzha organizations in the first post-was years (Volodya Milachkov)
7.2. The activities of the organizations from the mid-twenties to the mid-thirties (Volodya Milachkov)
7.3. Organizational formations and their activities in the second half of the 1930s (Volodya Milachkov)

Chapter eight: The minority movement of the Dobrudzha Bulgarians in Rumania (1919-1940)

8.1. Ethno-cultural aspects (Blagovest Nyagulov)
8.2. Ethno-political orientations (Blagovest Nyagulov)
8.3. Attempts at minority unification (Blagovest Nyagulov)

Chapter nine: The Dobrudzha question in international relations from the Treaty of Neuille to the eve of World War Two (1919-1938)
9.1. The question of Dobrudzha in the foreign policy of Bulgaria and Rumania until the beginning of the 1930s (Antonina Kuzmanova)
9.2. From the Balkan Pact to the Thessalonica Agreement (Antonina Kuzmanova)
9.3. The minority problems in Southern Dobrudzha at the League of Nations (Blagovest Nyagulov)

Chapter ten: The Dobrudzha question on the eve and at the beginning of World War Two (1938-1940)
10.1. From the Thessalonica Agreement to the beginning of World War Two (Antonina Kuzmanova)
10.2. From the beginning of World War Two to the summer of 1940 (Antomina Kuzmanova)
10.3. The talks between Bulgaria and Rumania in Kraiova and the signing of the Kraiova Treaty (Antonina Kuzmanova)

Chapter eleven: Dobrudzha during World War Two (1940-1944)
11.1. The application of the Kraiova Treaty (Blagovest Nyagulov)
11.2. Economic, political, cultural and educational life in Southern Dobrudzha (Petar Todorov)
11.3. The social activity of Dobrudzha activists after 1940 (Volodya Milachkov)

Summary in English
Index of geographical names
Index of names
Sources and bibliography
Appendix: The Kraiova Treaty

Genre History / Archaeology
Size 21 x 29 cm
Pages 648 pages
Cover hard cover
Language Bulgarian
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