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Middle Ages[edit]

I decided to leave this page. I tried all possible and suggested sources like books of Georgi Bakalov, Nikola Mavrodinov and others, which is considered to be one of the best experts, but it has no effect. I see that you are historian like me. I think that this page is controlled by a few editors who have nationalistic prejudices or just they know nothing by the history of Middle Ages (which is possible, because I see that the most of them are amateurs). Initially I tried to talk with them as with amateurs, so I explained the case in Talk Page and quoted many sources. But they did not react with understanding, as I expected and as it should be. If anyone try to add something about the History of Eastern Europe they delete this immediately, without reasons. You convinced me that the reason is ignorance of eastern history in western historiography during the Cold War. The sources, which they use are mostly British and American books. Georgi Katsarski say that they mention only events, related with the history of England. The editors ignore any non- British source, which indicating that they either insular mentality, or pro- British nationalistic bias or are influenced by political interests.--Sumatro (talk) 18:14, 15 February 2014 (UTC)

The most interesting thing in this article is that they delete everything, related to Bulgaria. I try to add a information about Tarnovo Artistic School and the architecture of Pliska and Preslav, which you, like historian, maybe know that are the most developed in Europe and are peak in medieval Europe. The Bulgarian art and culture has a huge importance by all medieval world.-- (talk) 15:33, 18 February 2014 (UTC)


You are suspected of sock puppetry, which means that someone suspects you of using multiple Wikipedia accounts for prohibited purposes. Please make yourself familiar with the notes for the suspect, then respond to the evidence at Wikipedia:Sockpuppet investigations/Sumatro. Thank you. Nev1 (talk) 18:38, 26 May 2014 (UTC)