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Historical Atlas of Europe 1913: Aftermath of the Balkan Wars

Europe 1913

Aftermath of the Balkan Wars

At the Treaty of Bucharest, Bulgaria ceded land to Serbia, Greece, and Romania, ending the Second Balkan War between those countries. However, the treaty did not end the war between Bulgaria and the Ottoman Empire, which raged on until Ottoman support of an insurgency in Western Thrace forced Bulgaria to agree to peace.


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