THE KINGDOM OF GREECE AND THE FIRST BALKAN WAR: ASPIRATIONS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

Dimitar Ljorovski, Strasko Stojanovski

Abstract


Macedonian historiography, even though a relatively young scientificdiscipline compared to the other Balkan historiographies, has so far elaborated the mainevents and processes related to the Balkan Wars (1912-1913). However, it is understandablethat in the future they all should complement each other with new findings and approachesderived on the basis of some new historical sources and analysis. The individual war actionsof the Greek Army in the Ottoman Macedonia during the First Balkan War in the Macedonianhistoriography are not presented enough so far. Because of this, the purpose of this articleis to explain the Greek national politics and aspirations of the official Athens regarding theMacedonian population and territory, with a special accent on the military and politicalstrategy of Greece during the First Balkan War.

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