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    J. A. MacGahan.

    Following the invitation of the website master, I would ask you to publish the book of J. A. MacGahan, Turkish Atrocities in Bulgaria (1876). I am interested in books on Balkan history, especially reports and reflections on the massacres in Bulgarian lands in 1875-1878 during the insurrections and Russo-Turkish War.

    Respectfully, Euthymios

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    http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/11716

    Not what you're looking for exactly, but it seems to be dealing with your area of interest as well.
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    I thought this site only for literary works? Not for history etc?
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    Well... in my very humble opinion it does look like a historic book. Sorry if it's not it, haven't exactly had the time to read it .
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    I mean the Literature Network, our forum so I doubt if they would keep books of history in the database.
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    Oh, d'oh, ahem *shuts up*
    Good point btw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scheherazade
    I thought this site only for literary works? Not for history etc?
    In fact, MacGahan was a man of letters, whose journalist writings were not mere 'historic accounts' of events but brilliant belletristic and rhetoric pieces, as those of Ivan de Woastyne (the Figaro reporter 'who came first'). I do hope that the administration of this site or the Gutenberg Project would some day publish their works that overturned the course of world history.

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