Bulgaria

Anarchism in Bulgaria

Short history on the life of Aleksander Nakov, committed Anarchist and Esperantist who lived and worked in Bulgaria.

Anarkiismo en Bulgario

Mallonga historio de la rolo de Aleksander Nakov en la anarkiisma kaj epseranta movado en Bulgario

I, the caregiver – stories from “the grey zone”

A Bulgarian caregiver's personal account of working in a Greek hospital.

Anarchism in the 21st century

Anarchism in 21st century

“Anarchism in the 21st Century” is a structured contemporary theory meant to address some of the most frequent questions that arise among people interested in anarchism.

The Martyrdom of Manol Vassev - Union of Bulgarian Anarchists in Exile

Letter produced by exiled Bulgarian Anarchists detailing the repression of Bulgarian government.

1850: Bulgarian Peasants Revolt

Turkish Bashi-Bazouks

A short history of an uprising by (mostly) Bulgarian peasants in the waning Ottoman Empire. The peasants fought to abolish their feudal duties and taxes, but many of their leaders were also motivated by a mix of national autonomy and Christianity. The revolt was defeated but outrage over the severe reprisals by the authorities forced the Ottoman Empire to back down and introduce limited land and tax reforms.

Obituary - Alexander Nakov, 1919 - 2018

Urgent Call for Solidarity Actions from the Bulgarian Prisoners’ Association

The Bulgarian Prisoners’ Association have made an urgent call for solidarity in response to the Bulgarian Ministry of Justice taking repressive measures against their members and suspected members.

Sustaining the anarchist movement in a foreign country does not work

We wrote this text as a response to „The Kurdish people should get involved in and support campaigns on Local and National issues“ from Zaher Baher. We hope the experience of the migrants from our movement will prove useful for our comrades from other countries.