Icon by Martin Kastelo deviantART

Run by HadToRefill

Изгубената България

Блог, посветен на фотографии от българската история

A blog dedicated to photos from Bulgarian history

  

ВЪПРОСИ СЛЕДВАЩА›
2011–2014
Posted 6 days ago with 38 notes
Валери Петров в дома си. Поклон пред паметта му.
Posted 3 weeks ago with 77 notes
Замъкът в Равадиново | The Castle Of Ravadinovo
Туристическа атракция/Tourist attraction
Posted 1 month ago with 7 notes
An interesting article for the Gipsy (Roma) minority living in Bulgaria (via  Как живееха ромите у нас, когато бяха просто цигани)
Posted 1 month ago with 41 notes
fucking-history:

Bulgarian troops mobilizing to the front, World War I (source).
Posted 1 month ago with 50 notes
fucking-history:

A photograph depicting the remains of victims from the Batak massacre. In 1876, Bulgarian revolutionaries conducted an insurrection—known as the April Uprising—against the Ottoman government to establish sovereignty. Ottoman regular and irregular armies violently crushed the uprising, particularly in Batak. Ottoman irregular troops massacred thousands of Bulgarian civilians, despite the fact that many attempted to surrender. As international awareness of the event grew, Britain’s pro-Ottoman policy was criticized by other major powers, causing Britain to sever its alliance with the ailing empire. Britain’s refusal to fight for the Ottomans left the empire open to hostilities from Russia, which culminated in the Russo-Turkish war shortly thereafter (source of picture).