FOR FREEDOM AND PERFECTION. The Life of Yané Sandansky
Mercia MacDermott
 

Photos
(the additional pictures from the 1987 Bulgarian edition of M. MacDermot's book on Yane Sandansky were kindly provided by Bash Bugarash)
 
 
The Hürriyet in Gorno Brodi, 1908
Back cover of the book Front cover of the book
1. Milka Sandanska, mother of Yané Sandansky 2. Yané Sandansky (1897) The same pictures from the Bulgarian edition of MacDermott's book (1987) (from the 1987 Bulgarian edition)
3. The Sandanskysí home in Dupnitsa 4. Yané Sandansky as a conscript in the Bulgarian Army (from the 1987 Bulgarian edition)
5. Yané Sandansky with Nikola Maleshevsky 6. Yané Sandansky and Dimo Hadzhidimov (from the 1987 Bulgarian edition)
7. Elena Kyoseva 8. Yané Sandansky (from the 1987 Bulgarian edition)
9. Sava Mihailov, Yané Sandansky and Krustyu Asenov 10. Mrs Tsilka, Miss Stone and Elena Tsilka (from the 1987 Bulgarian edition) (from the 1987 Bulgarian edition)
11. Elena Tsilka (at 23 months) 12. Elena Tsilka as a young girl in Bansko (from the 1987 Bulgarian edition)
13. Yané Sandansky in rebel uniform (from the 1987 Bulgarian edition)
14. Taskata Sersky 15. Chudomir Kantardzhiev (from the 1987 Bulgarian edition) (from the 1987 Bulgarian edition)
16. Georgi Skrizhovsky 17. Stoyu Hadzhiev (from the 1987 Bulgarian edition) (from the 1987 Bulgarian edition)
18. Hristo Chernopeev and Yané Sandansky 19. Pavel Deliradev, Yané Sandansky and Todor Panitsa in Bansko, 1908 (from the 1987 Bulgarian edition) (from the 1987 Bulgarian edition)
20. The Rila Monastery (from the 1987 Bulgarian edition)
21. Tevnoto Ezero (the Dark Lake), Pirin 22. Papaz Gyol (the Priestís Lake), Pirin
23. The granite peaks of Pirin 24. A Pirin meadow
25. Petko Penchev in rebel costume 26. Boris Sarafov
27. Petko Penchev and Peyo Yavorov
28. Houses in Melnik 29. Melnik
30. The Kordopoulos House in Melnik 31. The Pashov House in Melnik
32. The Hürriyet in Nevrokop, 1908. Yane and Panitsa with Young Turks on the balcony of the konak. 33. Serchani and Young Turks at the Bishopís Palace, Nevrokop, 1908
 
(from the 1987 Bulgarian edition) (from the 1987 Bulgarian edition)
 
34. The Hürriyet in Gorno Brodi, 1908 (from the Daily Graphic, 29.VIII.1908). The banners are inscribed with the words 'Liberty, Equality, Fraternity' in Bulgarian, Turkish and Greek. Courtesy of the Bodleian Lirbary 35. Serchani and Young Turks, 1908
Standing (left to right): Mitso Vransky, unidentified Turk, Taskata Sersky, Dr. Avdi Bey and Dimo Hadzhidimov. Seated (left to right): L. Kozarev, Nazi Efendi, Tane sandansky, Todor Panitsa, and Georgi Kazepov
 
(from the 1987 Bulgarian edition) (from the 1987 Bulgarian edition)
 
36. Yané Sandansky (left) and Taskata Sersky 37. Yané Sandansky (left) and Todor Panitsa near Constantinople, April 1909 (as seen by the correspondent of the Illustrated London News, 15.V.1909) (from the 1987 Bulgarian edition)
38. National costume from Pirin area, showing the heavy buckles and numerous coins used as ornaments 39. Paraskeva Potskova with her sons, Goran (aged 4) and Leonid (aged 1 1/2), in 1914 (from the 1987 Bulgarian edition) (from the 1987 Bulgarian edition)
40. The Rozhen Monastery (general view) 41. The Rozhen Monastery (courtyard)
 
(from the 1987 Bulgarian edition) (from the 1987 Bulgarian edition)

 
42. Yané Sandansky. Courtesy of the Bodleian library 43. The Church of Cyril and Methodius built by Yane sandansky near the Rozhen Monastery
 
(from the 1987 Bulgarian edition) (from the 1987 Bulgarian edition)
 
44. (left to right) Yané Sandansky, his sister Sofia and Chudomir Kantardzhiev 45. Yané Sandansky and Alexander Buynov (right) in 1914.
 
(from the 1987 Bulgarian edition) (from the 1987 Bulgarian edition)
 
46. Yané Sandansky introducing himself to Bulgarian generals during the Balkan War, 1912 47. Yané Sandansky with General Georgiev, prior to the capture of the Rupel Pass, 1912
 
(from the 1987 Bulgarian edition) (from the 1987 Bulgarian edition)
 
48. Yané Sandansky 49. Yané Sandansky at the place of his murder (from the 1987 Bulgarian edition)
50. Yané Sandanskyís coffin surrounded by mourners 51. Plan for identifying mournes:
  1. Stoyu Hadzhiev
  2. Petur Govedarov
  3. Hristo Chemopeev
  4. Georgi Potskov 
  5. Georgi Kazepov
  6. Ivan Sandansky, (nephew)
  7. Sofia, (sister)
  8. Vangya Sandanska (widow of Todor Sandansky)
  9. Govedarov's wife
10. Slavka Sandanska, (niece)
11. Vesa Sandanska, (niece)
12. Tasko Stoilkov
13. Georgi Kotsev

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