By Jean-Pascal Soudagne
A old journey of Verdun
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An amnesty was granted to all guerrillas and initially there were hopes that the new regime would solve the problems of all Ottoman citizens. However, in 1910, when it became evident that the new regime was even more ‘Ottoman’ than the old, a Balkan alliance emerged as a matter of urgency. The precipitating event was the outbreak of the Italo-Turkish War of 1911. This war, which revealed Turkey’s weakness, alerted the Balkan states to the possibility of Italian acquisitions in the area. If this materialized, it was feared that they would lead the other Great Powers, especially Austria-Hungary, to seek compensation.
Mackridge and E. ), Ourselves and Others: The Development of a Greek Macedonian Cultural Identity since 1912 (Oxford and New York, 1997), 156. 20 The Historical Background It is very difﬁcult to estimate the number of the population living in the Macedonian vilayets. Most statistics are biased and unreliable. According to Ottoman statistics, which are considered to be closer to reality than the ones concocted by the various Balkan states, 2,505,503 people lived in Macedonia in 1895. ²⁴ Much more difﬁcult to estimate is the size of the various ethnic groups who comprised the mosaic of the Macedonian population.
Ibid. 118–30, 295–300. 18 The Historical Background by the Turkish authorities resulted in the largest emigration movement to the West. ¹⁸ The local economy worked along simple lines: while representatives of Salonica-based traders purchased surplus produce from the peasants, small traders sold them manufactured goods and imported foodstuffs (rice, ﬂour, coffee, and sugar). Local markets and fairs were held regularly, the main ones being in Serres, Kozani, and Prilip; and trade in the region’s towns and cities was ﬁrmly centred on local produce.
A Historical Tour of Verdun by Jean-Pascal Soudagne