The book "History of Bulgarian Military Intelligence" Volume 1, was presented at the G. S. Rakovski Military Academy in Sofia. Its presentation marks the beginning of a series of events dedicated to the 110th anniversary of the Bulgarian military intelligence marked on January 12, 2018. According to Prof. Dr. Stancho Stanchev, one of the authors of the book, the military attaches and trade representatives worked under great tension and workload, and played an essential role in gathering diverse information in times of crisis. The military staff appointed to carry out intelligence missions abroad had excellent grades, good general knowledge, charisma, an ability to act as leaders and to inspire people to work for them.
The bloodiest ever terrorist action in this country’s history was carried out on 16 April 1925 – that was the St. Nedelya Church Assault. The ultra-left wing of the Bulgarian Communist Party /banned by the court in 1923/ was the perpetrator. The..
On the first Sunday after Easter we honor the memory of one of the twelve disciples of Jesus Christ – Thomas the Apostle, also known as Doubting Thomas. Doubting Thomas was skeptical at first when he heard that Jesus had risen from the dead and..
Twenty five years ago on April 13, 1993 the Bulgarian archaeologist Georgi Kitov and his team discover the central chamber of the ancient Thracian burial mound (tumulus) Ostrusha near the town of Shipka. This tumulus placed among the..