Alexander Stamboliyski (1919 – 1923)

A PEASANT LEADER AND PRIME MINISTER of Bulgaria in the strenuous post-war years, from October 1919 to June 1923, Alexander Stamboliyski was one of the very few politicians who steadfastly pursued one definite purpose throughout his life. He was also another Bulgarian statesman with the unfortunate Fate of meeting death at the hands of compatriots.

During his visit to London in the autumn of 1920, Stambohyski impressed British journalists as a man of immense spiritual strength and energy. Few of them delved into his past, though it was his past that had set the pattern for his future as a politician who never shunned conflict, but used it to strengthen his will and to learn.

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