The Macedonian Question in the Scientific Activity of the Slavic Club in Krakow (1901 – 1914) - Списание "Македонски преглед"

вторник, 5 февруари 2019 г.

The Macedonian Question in the Scientific Activity of the Slavic Club in Krakow (1901 – 1914)

The profound changes that took place in almost all areas of the socio-political life in Europe in the 19th century were crucial for the crystallization and the dynamic development of numerous ideas and concepts that for many decades influenced the reality of that time, and in many dimensions their reminiscences can also be observed today. There is no doubt that one of these issues was and still remains the so-called Macedonian question.

Although it was never the main subject of interest to the members of the Slavic Club in Krakow, its close connection to the relationship between two Slavic countries – Bulgaria and Serbia, and the ongoing heated argument between them on these grounds, prompted the club’s members to follow the events on the Balkans and discuss them at the meetings of the association. These discussions resulted in the publication of articles, commentaries and announcements in the "Slavic World" journal, thanks to which wider circles of the Polish society had the opportunity to become acquainted with the processes taking place on the Balkan Peninsula.

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