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Bloody Days [In Bulgarian]

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Author(s): T. Minkov

Journal: Venets : The Belogradchik Journal for Local History, Cultural Heritage and Folk Studies
ISSN 1314-0426

Volume: 2;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 15;
Date: 2011;
Original page

Keywords: Belogradchik uprising | 1850 | Belogradchik leaders at Athos monastery | Tsolo Todorov | National Assembly at Rakovitsa monastery

ABSTRACT
“Bloody Days” is a novel published in 1943 by Tsvetan Minkov (1891 – 1967). This journal version of the book contains four of its chapters. These chapters provide a description of the preparation of the Belogradchik uprising of 1850 – the meeting of the Belogradchik leaders with the Russian Great Duкe Constantine Nikolaevich at Athos monastery; the activity of the Belogradchik conspirators before the uprising; the first national assembly in the winter of 1849 at the Monastery of Rakovitsa.
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