Victor Sinadinoski con Anarchy in Macedonia: Life under the Ottomans, 1878-1912 (English Edition)
Ottoman rule in Macedonia was always unfavorable to the Macedonians -- the Turks were ruthless and oppressive. But the period of the Macedonian national resurgence was extraordinarily burdensome and grueling. These last four decades of Turkish rule in Macedonia can likely be categorized as the bloodiest and most chaotic years of Macedonia’s existence. This book describes those conditions that made Macedonia an inescapable abyss of anarchy, where the only certainty was violence and poverty.