Winston's Cumulative Encyclopedia; A Comprehensive Reference Book Volume 2

Winston's Cumulative Encyclopedia; A Comprehensive Reference Book Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1917 edition. Excerpt: ... an ultimatum by the Aegean Sea and Greece, and west to Bulgaria demanding the dismissal of by Servia. The principal towns are Wid-all Austro-German officers from the Buldin, Sofia, Plevna, Sistova, Tirnova, garian army within twenty-four hours Rustchuk, Shumla, Varna, and Silistria. and the cessation of negotiations with The country almost wholly belongs to the Germany. Bulgaria ignored the ultimanorth slope of the Balkans, and is inter-turn, and on October 7, sent an ultimatum sected by streams flowing from that range to Serbia demanding settlement of the to the Danube. It possesses much good agri-Macedonian controversy within twentycultural land and a good climate; but cul-four hours and protested to Greece against tivation is backward, though the rearing the landing of Allied troops at Salonika, of cattle and horses is successfully carried On October 11, Bulgarian armies invaded on. Agricultural produce is exported, Serbia and took an active part in the manufactured goods imported. Education subsequent campaigns against.Montenegro is backward, but is improving; four years' and Albania. See European War. school attendance is obligatory in prin-Bulgarians QUl-Ba'r'-ans) race of ciple. The prevalent religion is that of 6 Finnish origin, whose the Greek Church. In accordance with original seat was the banks of the Volga, the terms of the Treaty of Berlin a con-nnd who subdued the old Ma?sian populastitution was drawn up for the new prin-tion and established a kingdom in the cipality by an assembly of Bulgarian no-present Bulgaria in the 7th century, tables at Tirnova in 1879. By this con-They soon became blended with the constitution the legislative authority is vested quered Slavs, whose language they in a single chamber, more

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  • Paperback | 346 pages
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236926323
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