November 27, 1919 is a sad date for Bulgaria. On this day, a peace treaty was signed in the Paris suburb of Neuilly-sur-Seine, imposed on Bulgaria after its defeat in the First World War /1914-1918/. With the document initialed by the Great..
The Bulgarian military cemeteries near Kavadarci, North Macedonia, from the time of the First World War were probably destroyed in the 1930s by the then Yugoslav authorities. This was stated to BNT by Radoslav Simeonov, chief expert on military..
After the First World War /1914-1918/ and the decision of the Neuilly Peace Treaty in 1919, on November 6, 1920, the Serbian army occupied Bulgaria's Western outlands (129 settlements in the regions of Tsaribrod, Bosilegrad, and Strumica) with an area..
At the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, Bulgarian fiction marked an unprecedented progress. Kiril Hristov occupies his worthy place among the galaxy of talented poets and writers, such as Pencho Slaveykov, Ivan Vazov, Peyo..
Bulgarian President Rumen Radev, together with over 80 world leaders, including Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin, Angela Merkel and dozens of monarchs, presidents and prime ministers from Europe, Africa and the Middle East, participated in Paris in a..
A ceremony has honored the memory of the 56 British soldiers buried in Bulgaria during the First World War. British Ambassador to Bulgaria Emma Hopkins, charge d'affaires at the Embassy of Ireland, Patrick Coleman, and chaplain Patrick Irwin, who..