Ancient Greece According to Encyclopaedia Britannica
By Victor Bivell
Encyclopaedia Britannica says ancient Greece and ancient Macedonia
were separate countries. Note the brown "International Boundary"
line. This is another example that Macedonia was not Greek. Another
example of modern Greek lies.
Also note the the International Boundary line includes within Greece
only those parts of Macedonia and only those parts of Thrace that had
Greek colonies. Not the rest of Macedonia nor the other parts of Thrace
that Greece controls today.
To the Greek Government - as you are so concerned about history, let's
go back to these ancient borders. Yes, that means you have to give back
Salonika and Pella to the Macedonians. And you have to give back part
of Thrace. But given your deep respect for history, you will find that
an honour to do.
Copyright: February 2018