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Kruševo Manifesto

The Krusevo Manifesto is presumable manifesto published by the Revolutionary Committee of Kruševo Republic during the 1903 Ilinden-Preobrazhenie Uprising. It was written by Nikola Karev and Nikola Kirov, and it outlined the aims of the Uprising, calling upon the Muslim population to join forces with the government in the struggle against tyranny and enslavement to attain freedom and independence. It was published for the first time in 1923 by Nikola Kirov as play.[1] There is no original preserved and its historical authenticity is disputed.[2][3][4]


  1. ^ Myths and boundaries in south-eastern Europe, Author Pål Kolstø, Publisher Hurst & Co., 2005, p. 284.
  2. ^ We, the people: politics of national peculiarity in Southeastern Europe, Diana Mishkova, Central European University Press, 2009, ISBN 963-9776-28-9, p. 127.
  3. ^ Fieldwork dilemmas: anthropologists in postsocialist states, Hermine G. De Soto, Nora Dudwick, Publisher University of Wisconsin press, 2000, ISBN 0-299-16374-1 p. 27.
  4. ^ The past in question: modern Macedonia and the uncertainties of nation, Keith Brown, Princeton University Press, 2003, ISBN 0-691-09995-2, p. 230.

External links

  • The Macedonian and English translations of the Manifesto
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