A. Sonnichsen - Confessions of a Macedonian bandit, 1909
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Map, showing the route followed by the author
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Hristo Chernopeev
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Hristo Chernopeev holding a conference with a village local committee
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In the Swamps of the Karafferia, Luka's Camp
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Luka Ivanoff, Vodensko voyvoda
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Disguised as Peasants: the day after the flights from Monastir; author on the right
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Petrush gathers testimony from one of his cases (The men party hide their faces as a precaution against the photo ever being used against them should it fall into Turkish hands.)
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The Ochridsko cheta; Petrush in middle, author to left of him
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Apostol, chief of Enedjie Vardar Whom Abdul Hamid believed to be the leading spirit of the revolutionary movement
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We frequently bathed in Lake Prespa
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A jolly time on the heights above Lake Prespa
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We disembarked in a inlet half way down the eastern shore
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Miss Stine's Captors. TO the left, Hristo Chernopeef (The bad man); Middle, Yani sandanski (The good man); Right, Krusty Bulgarias, a chetnik at the time, later a sub-chief
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Tashko, voyvoda of Demir Hizzar, and his pill box camera
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Trusty Trivok, before his trip into Monastir


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