North Macedonia - explained

Generalized narrative about North Macedonia’s identity and the people populating this country. Their origin and struggles.

Chronology of Macedonianism and its "revival"

Events, confirmed from several independent sources explaining the origin of North Macedonia’s identity, language and purpose.

Macedonianization in pictures

Enthozide in pictures. The process of becoming macedonian caught in pictures.

The Republic of North Macedonia

is a country located in the central part of the Balkan Peninsula, in southeastern Europe. Its population is nearly 2 million, covering an area of 25 thousand square kilometres, and the official language is Macedonian. North Macedonia is located in the northern part of the territory of the historical region of Macedonia, parts of which are in Bulgaria and Greece.

The independence

of North Macedonia from Yugoslavia was declared in 1991, and in 1993 it was accepted as a member of the United Nations. Since 2005, it is a candidate to join the European Union, and in 2020 it will become a member of NATO.

Due to its geographical position and centuries-old history, the territory on which the republic of North Macedonia is located has always taken part in the processes that have shaped the social life and state borders of the Balkan Peninsula. From this latitude have come many great names that have left their mark on history. It is here that great interests and political forces collide, and their influence is felt not only in the material sphere of our daily life, but also in its entire essence.

The Blog of North Macedonia

undertakes, through a systematic and punctual analysis of real historical events, confirmed by more than one source, passed through the revision of historical science and confirmed as truth, to analyze and study the history of North Macedonia and to clarify all open questions impartially.

North Macedonia history

Planned and systematic Serbization and Macedonization described by european authors.

The Blog for North Macedonia

Who wrote the modern Macedonian history and is it a fiction?

identity of North Macedonia

Identity – language, religion, traditions, material and spiritual heritage.

 The history as a science and North Macedonia


For some people, history is something that is learned in the classroom, a collection of names and events in thick textbooks. But there are many reasons why it is important, far beyond the high school midterm exam. Leading history professors argue that everyone benefits from historical knowledge because it explains humanity itself and how we got to where we are today. History reveals the changes over time and shows us that despite them, human nature has remained fairly constant. Circumstances and technologies change, but people still want the same things as in earlier civilizations – prosperity, security, happiness, power, spiritual and social fulfillment, etc. It is through history that we can most properly explain the emergence and development of North Macedonia.

Changing the history

of a group of people means changing the way people think. It changes the way they think about their surroundings, it changes their attitudes, relationships and actions. No one can deny that this tool has been used in the past to gain strategic advantage in certain geographical areas. It is happening in North Macedonia, it has happened in the past, and it continues to happen now.

The North Macedonain History Blog

is providing a description of the actual historical events that led to the creation of the state of North Macedonia, to the composition of a new language, a new people and a new history. These events have been confirmed by many independent sources. The conclusion we can draw is that the history that is being studied in North Macedonia is in contradiction with history as a science. It is the result of the successful integration of political and geo-strategic moves, which has led to the creation of a dependent little puppet in the Balkans that supports certain interests in the region.

History is not something to be simply remembered. It is a science. We should study it, not memorize it.

Below you can find the links for the german, bulgarian and macedonian version of the website.