Macedonia and Greece: The Struggle to Define a New Balkan Nation
McFarland, 1997 M01 1 - 423 pages
With the break-up of the former Yugoslavia, an old conflict between Greece and Macedonia has taken on added significance for the international community. The genesis of the conflict is detailed here, as well as the modern-day events that have led many observers to believe that the area is a flashpoint for a major war.
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In this unique book, we get the undiluted story of the Balkans in general and Macedonia in particular. Commenting on the tension between Greece and the new nation of Macedonia that has arisen out of ... Read full review
Dr John Shea of the University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia, is not a Doctor of History, but a Doctor of Psychology. His book is a collection of lies and propaganda from North Macedonia (an instant is that the word "Macedonia" was banned in Greece until 1988), notorious for its official revisionist edition of history, which somehow connects Greek antiquity with modern Slavs. Only Wikipedia and propagandist forums used him as source, and himself wrote nothing else about the subject, or any other historical subject.