The Bulgarian-speaking Muslims in Western Thrace (second half of the 20th century): The “Pomaks” in Xanthi and Komotini. Author: Yavor Saruev. Language: Bulgarian
The study refers to one of the most enduring consequences of the Ottoman imperial policy — the conversion of Balkan Christians. The monograph focuses on the status of the Bulgarian-speaking Muslims in Western Thrace (Northern Greece) located at the crossroads of linguistic, national and religious borders. The Cold War period is analyzed when Western Thrace is a “hot spot” between NATO and the Warsaw Pact.
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