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Military Buttons127 of 199WWI Uniform button brass protector with the patent no 116972/17 W H BBulgarian military buttons.
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    Posted 7 years ago

    Vladimir
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    Hello, today is our national holiday! On this date in 1878 is regenerated Bulgarian independence after 500 year bondage!The history of our country is too rich and too long, to tell you a little of it I would need maybe day. This will introduce you to a few facts.Our country was founded on the territory of present-day Ukraine and southern Russia Crimean peninsula by Khan Kubrat in 632g. after the death of Kubrat in 650 state is inherited by his five sons Batbayan, Kotrag, Asparuh, Kuber and Altsek.Batbayan and Kotrag rule eastern Ukraine Crimean peninsula and southern Russia and the Caucasus, but after the invasion of the Khazars they lose their territory. Kotrag moved north of the Volga and Kama and Volga Bulgaria based that exists to 1552g.Kuber moved to today's Macedonia and Albania, and Altsek moved to Italy.Asparuh remains in western Ukraine after its war with the Eastern Roman Empire in 680, he joined his country, the Roman province of Moesia where we live today.The first picture is a military button showing a Bulgarian Lion. It is a symbol of the Bulgarian state since its inception.The second and third shots are gold rings and gold sword given to Khan Kubrat of Roman Emperor Heraclius. They are found in the funeral of Khan Kubrat near the village of Malaya Pershchepina in Ukraine today are kept in the Hermitage.Treasure of Malaya Pershchepina contains 25 kg of gold and 50 kg silver and is one of the richest burials ever discovered!The fourth image depicts Bulgarian soldier. This treasure dates from the 7th to the 9th century. It is found in Nagyszentmiklós today Romania.It contains 23 gold vessels with weight almost 10 kg. and today is located in Vienna.Our rich and long history makes me feel proud that I was Bulgarian.I hope my story was interesting for you, thank you for your attention!

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    1. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 7 years ago
      Very interesting! I love history & been trying to understand it in that (your) area. Thanks for a great informative write-up.
    2. vetraio50 vetraio50, 7 years ago
      Happy Liberation Day !!!!
    3. aghcollect aghcollect, 7 years ago
      Hello Vladimir - Happy Liberation Day! - Is this some of the Treasure of Malaya Pershchepina you mention depicted on these Bulgarian stamps I posted tonite?
      http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/150944-1986--bulgaria-treasures-of-preslav-p?in=activity
    4. Vladimir Vladimir, 7 years ago
      Thank you very much for your comments, your love and for your interest! Sincerely yours, Vladimir!
    5. vintagelamp vintagelamp, 7 years ago
      Vladimir, Always love a great history lesson and enjoyed your post very much! It is a great thing to be proud of your heritage! Thank you!
    6. katherinescollections katherinescollections, 7 years ago
      Thanks, Vladimir. :)
    7. Budek Budek, 7 years ago
      Dear Vladimir,
      Thank You for sharing a history so rich and interesting.
      Happy belated Independence Day!!!
    8. Vladimir Vladimir, 7 years ago
      Thank you for your comments and for your attention !!!

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