Идейно развитие на ВМРО след Първата световна война (1919-1944). Част втора - 1928-1944 г.
Author(s): Tsvetana Micheva
The Ideological Development of IMRO after the First World War (1919-1944). Part Two 1928-1944
Published by: Институт за исторически изследвания - Българска академия на науките
Summary/Abstract: At the moment of the split in 1928 the two wings of the Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization held almost identical ideological positions. The ensuing evolution in the views led IMRO (Mihailovists) to the proclamation of the idea of an independent Macedonia as a strategic objective, and in the sphere of tactics the movement of rebel units was almost fully replaced by individual terrorism. IMRO (Protogerovists), passing through the concessions to IMRO (United), arrived at the reformist idea of the final solution of the Macedonian question within the framework of Yugoslavia. The tests of the Second World. War showed, that part of the Mihailovists accepted, the integration of Macedonia with Bulgaria, but the leader Ivan Mihailov and those around him to the end defended, the idea of an independent Macedonia. The Protogerovists, who symphatized with the Anti-Nazi Coalition, easily adapted themselves to the solution of the Macedonian question as imposed by the communists.
- Issue Year: 2001
- Issue No: 5-6
- Page Range: 80-112
- Page Count: 33
- Language: Bulgarian