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Sofiia: 2018. ISBN 9789545154348.
The post-1989 period of transition to democracy and a market economy in Bulgaria, which, according to some observers, has continued into the 2010s, ha...

Ganev D.
Sofiia: 2018. ISBN 9789542825166.
By the late 1980s, it became clear that the communist regimes in Central and Eastern Europe were doomed. The old and the new elites needed a new form ...

Voinikov I.
Sofiia: 2017. ISBN 9786191681839.
The book traces the history of Bulgaria's coat of arms, national flag and national anthem. It is aimed to fill numerous gaps left by earlier studies a...

Ivanov N.
Sofiia: 2018. ISBN 9786191881536.
Recent research into government archives has unraveled the mystery about the place where Bulgaria's Apostle of Libery, Vassil Levski (1837-1873), was ...

Migev V.
Sofiia: 2017. ISBN 9789540911939.
The book provides an overview of the perestroika, the reforms in the last few years of the Soviet Union, as seen by Bulgarian media correspondents, ci...

Raichevski S.
Sofiia: 2018. ISBN 9789540911502.
The book presents facts and documents about a not-so-well-known period in the history of Bulgarian population movements: the period of World War II an...

Kosev K.
Sofiia: 2018. ISBN 9789540912035.
The book introduces readers to the extraordinary personality of the great Bulgarian writer and revolutionary Lyuben Karavelov (1834-1879). He was extr...

Anchev P.
Sofiia: 2018. ISBN 9789540912042.
The national mind is a collective mind. It functions through many different individuals. They usually live separately from one another but they live t...

Sofiia: 2018. ISBN 9786192330033.
This is a collection of papers from a scientific conference hosted by New Bulgarian University in Sofia in May 2017. The conference heard a report on ...

D-r Gancho TSenov.
Sofiia: 2018. ISBN 9789545783463.
The author refutes the view that the Bulgars were a handful of people who followed their leader Asparuh from the Ural Mountains and settled in a small...
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