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Academic journal article Serbian Studies. During the second half of the 19th century and the first half of the 20th century Macedonia was one of the most disputed territories and an "apple of discord" on the Balkan Peninsula. All of Macedonia's neighbors and their national states set their territorial aspirations upon Macedonia as a way to solve their own national questions in this part of the Balkans. They based their claims on both ethno-linguistic and historic rights of their own nations.

Historic-geographic Macedonia was the most important and, in fact, the crucial moot point in the Balkans, where Serbian, Albanian, Bulgarian, and Greek nationalism was interweaving and struggling against each other. In other words, the territory of Macedonia was the "crossroad" where territorial claims and nationalism of east Balkan nations became interwoven and directed against each other. National aspirations and disagreements with regard to Macedonia were the crucial reasons for the final political split among the east Balkan states and nations and their participation on opposite sides during the Great War of The main research topics addressed in this article are: i National ideas of the Serbs, Albanians, Bulgarians, and Greeks with regard to the territory of Macedonia and its inhabitants, ii Bulgarian Exarchate , "San Stefano Bulgaria" , and the "Macedonian Question," and iii The "Macedonian Question" from the Berlin Congress to the outbreak of the Balkan Wars Problems with regard to the question of Macedonia in terms of Serbian, Albanian, Bulgarian, and Greek national aspirations and diplomatic activities are covered in this article from the time of the establishment of the Bulgarian Exarchate in the name of the national Bulgarian autocephalous church created by the highest authorities of the Ottoman Empire to the beginning of the Balkan Wars The term Macedonia has had different understandings throughout history.

According to Nicolaos K. Olympus and just before the Maritza River. Finally, when the Ottomans conquered the biggest portion of the Balkan Peninsula in the 14th century Thrace was generally known as Macedonia. However, in a broader geographical sense the term Macedonia refers mainly to the territory that extends from Mt.

Rila on the north, to Mt. Rhodope on the northeast, to the Aegean Sea and the River Aliakmon Bistritsa on the south, and finally to beyond the Lakes of Prespa and Ochrida on the southwest. An unknown error has occurred. Please click the button below to reload the page. If the problem persists, please try again in a little while. Read preview. Territory and People The term Macedonia has had different understandings throughout history. Read preview Overview. Smith Routledge, Yugoslav literature The Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th ed.

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