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ALBANIA AND MACEDONIA AT THE LONDON AMBASSADORIAL CONFERENCE 1912-1913 (DIFFERENT FATE AS A REASON). (English)

  • Academic Journal
  • Vizione; 2014, Vol. 21, p409-419, 11p
  • Albania and Macedonia were treated differently on the London Conference of 1912-1913. Albania was created as a country, whereas Macedonia was treated as neither a political question, nor a separate territory. It was considered a part of the territories lying on the west side of the Enez-Midye line, which were supposed to be given to the Balkan allies (Bulgaria, Greece, Serbia and Montenegro) and divided between them. This article is dedicated to determining the main reasons that caused Macedonia and Albania to be treated differently during the above mentioned conference. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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