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The request sent by the father of Mihail Apostolov from Novo Selo (district of Shtip)to the Minister of War of the Bulgarian Kingdom. He requests that his sonbe liberated from an Italian POW camp and emphasizes the sincere Bulgarianfeelings of the family.
Can somebody explain why 1/3 of the article is dedicated to how he was allegedly Bulgarian though he claimed he was ethnic Macedonian until the rest of his life? And how is that the most important thing in his life to take 1/3 of his wikipedia page??? Capricornis 06:28, 7 September 2007 (UTC)
It's very simple: Wikipedia isn't used to talk about the persons life, effects in history and their legacy, WP is used as a medium to propagate that Macedonia = Greek and ethnic Macedonians = Bulgarians. Look at the articles across WP, most Macedonia related articles dedicate a good amount simply to prove their ethnicity, which uses only Bulgarian/Greek articles and is under constant supervision of the Bulgarians and Greeks. Macedonians to Bulgarian/Greek ratio would be about 1:10 so its no surprise those with the numbers get the history. Anyways, when a source like Macedoniaontheweb.com is constantly used you know somethings wrong. 18.104.22.168 (talk) 05:25, 23 August 2008 (UTC)
This is how propaganda works: Your own sources and photoshop. You create a website in which you can post ANYTHING on their, then use that website as a SOURCE on things like WP. It's done here by the Greeks using Macedoniaontheweb.com and Greek media and by Bulgarians who often use links which you can tell is made by unprofessionals simply by the font. I even recently read one of those links in which the articles weren't complete, but it was still used as a source. In spit of it all, Maknews.com or Macedonian media are not allowed on here. Funny right? 22.214.171.124 (talk) 05:32, 23 August 2008 (UTC)
Wikimk, you have removed a lot of information and described an Academician source as Peter Lang (publishing company), as Bulgarian reference. The sources from Communist Yugoslavia are biased and out of date. Please, use English language sources from scientific journals or University publishing houses. Thank you. Jingby (talk) 13:01, 7 July 2011 (UTC)
Hi again, As you know from the discussion here  not a sigle source was removed. However, I noticed that the you are trying to avoid the discussion about the parts of the article that I added dotay. In order to do that, you started to remove my edits without explanation and you started a new discussion here. That is not a good will. In order to resolve this it would be nice to continue discussion on a single place here. Kind regards, --Wikimk (talk)
Is this article about the Invasion of Yugoslavia? Jingby (talk) 14:44, 7 July 2011 (UTC)
Hi, you stated that Bulgaria did not invade. But the pictures do not agree with you. --Wikimk (talk) 14:48, 7 July 2011 (UTC)