Bulgaria -- History
The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is the history of Bulgaria.
· Bell, John D. Peasants in Power: Alexander Stamboliski and the Bulgarian Agrarian National Union, 1899-1923. Princeton University Press, 1977.
· Black, Cyril Edwin. The Establishment of Constitutional Government in Bulgaria. Princeton University Press, 1943.
· Crampton, R.J. Bulgaria, 1878-1918: A History. East European Monographs. Distributed by Columbia University Press, 1983.
· Sanders, Irwin Taylor. Balkan Village. University of Kentucky Press, 1970.
· Stoyanoff, Zachary. Pages from the Autobiography of a Bulgarian Insurgent. E. Arnold, 1913.
· Vazov, Ivan Minchov. Under the Yoke. Twayne Publishers, 1971.
-- BOOKS IN ENGLISH --
· Boll, Michael M. Cold War in the Balkans: American Foreign Policy and the Emergence of Communist Bulgaria, 1943-1947. University Press of Kentucky, 1984.
· Chary, Frederick B. The Bulgarian Jews and the Final Solution, 1940-1944. University of Pittsburgh Press, 1972.
· Crampton, R.J. A Concise History of Bulgaria. Cambridge University Press, 1997.
· Detrez, Raymond. Historical Dictionary of Bulgaria. Scarecrow Press, 1997.
· Gavrilova, Raina. Bulgarian Urban Culture in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. Susquehanna University Press, 1999.
· Geshov, Ivan Evstratiev. The Balkan League. J. Murray, 1915.
· Hall, Richard C. Bulgaria's Road to the First World War. East European Monographs, 1996.
· Hupchick, Dennis P. The Bulgarians in the Seventeenth Century: Slavic Orthodox Society and Culture under Ottoman Rule. McFarland, 1993.
· Information Bulgaria: A Short Encyclopedia of the People's Republic of Bulgaria. Pergamon Press, 1985.
· Lampe, John R. The Bulgarian Economy in the Twentieth Century. Croom Helm, 1986.
· McIntyre, Robert J. Bulgaria: Politics, Economics, and Society. Pinter Publishers, 1988.
· Miller, Marshall Lee. Bulgaria during the Second World War. Stanford University Press, 1975.
· Moser, Charles A. Dimitrov of Bulgaria: A Political Biography of Dr. Georgi M. Dimitrov. Caroline House, 1979.
· Moser, Charles A. A History of Bulgarian Literature 865-1944. Mouton, 1972.
· Oren, Nissan. Bulgarian Communism: The Road to Power, 1943-1944. Greenwood Press, 1971.
· Perry, Duncan M. Stefan Stambulov and the Emergence of Modern Bulgaria, 1870-1895. Duke University Press, 1993.
· Pinto, Vivian. Bulgarian Prose and Verse: A Selection with an Introductory Essay. Univeristy of London, 1957.
· Rothschild, Joseph. The Communist Party of Bulgaria: Origins and Development, 1883-1936. Columbia University Press, 1959.
· Runciman, Sir Steven. A History of the First Bulgarian Empire. G. Bell and Sons Ltd., 1930.
· Stanchova, Anna. Recollections of a Bulgarian Diplomatist's Wife, Hutchinson and Co., Ltd, 1930.
· Todorova, Mariia Nikolaeva. Balkan Family Structure and the European Pattern: Demographic Developments in Ottoman Bulgaria. School of Slavonic and East European Studies, 1985.
-- IMPORTANT SERIES OF PROCEEDINGS FROM BULGARIAN-NORTH-AMERICAN SCHOLARLY CONFERENCES --
· Butler, Thomas. Bulgaria, Past and Present: Studies in History, Literature, Economics, Music, Sociology, Folklore and Linguistics: Proceedings of the First International Conference on Bulgarian Studies, held at the University of Wisconsin, May 3-5, 1973. American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, 1976.
· Kosev, Dimitur Konstantinov. Bulgaria, Past and Present: Studies in History, Literature, Economics, Sociology, Music, Folklore and Linguistics: Proceedings of the First International Conference on Bulgarian Studies, held at Druzhba, Varna, June 13-17, 1978. Publishing House of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 1982.
· Treadway, John D. Bulgaria, Past and Present. Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Indiana University, 1993.
· Hupchick, Dennis P., and Donald Leroy Dyer. Bulgaria, Past and Present: Transitions and Turning Points. University of Mississippi, 1996.
-- ANGLO-BULGARIAN CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS --
· Collins, Leslie. Anglo-Bulgarian Symposium, London, July 1982. Proceedings. School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London, 1985.
· Collins, Leslie, and Thomas Henninger. The Second Anglo-Bulgarian Symposium, Blagoevgrad, September 1985: Proceedings. School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London, 1993.
· Collins, Leslie, and Thomas Henninger. The Third Anglo-Bulgarian Symposium, London, April 1988. Proceedings. School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London, 1996.
-- IMPORTANT SOURCES IN BULGARIAN --
· Khilendarski, Paisii Hieromonk. Istoriia slavobulgarska [History of the Slavo-Bulgarians]. National Library, Sts. Cyril and Methodius, 1998.
· Georgiev, Vladimir, ed. Entsiklopediia Bulgariia [Encyclopedia Bulgaria]. Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 1978-1996.
· Kosev, Dimitur, et al., eds. Istoriia na Bulgariia [History of Bulgaria]. Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 1979.
-- INTERNET SOURCES FOR BULGARIA --
· Bulgaria Geography. Coutsoukis, Photius. http://www.photius.com/wfb/wfb1999/bulgaria/bulgaria_geography.html
· Bulgaria Country Study. U.S. Library of Congress. http://lcweb2.loc.gov/frd/cs/bgtoc.html
· Bulgarian Studies Association http://www.pitt.edu/~bsa/
· Reader's Guide to Bulgaria. Bell, John D. National Foreign Affairs Training Center, U.S. Department of State. http://b-info.com/places/Bulgaria/ref/
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