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« Отговор #15 -: Март 30, 2009, 23:34:15 »
However, it is identified as Bulgarians.

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« Отговор #16 -: Март 30, 2009, 23:44:05 »
Recommend a good book. The issue of the Volga Bulgarians has been too long ignored, intentionally or not, which has deprived it of the place it deserves in Bulgarian historiography. Only some ten years ago, the public in Bulgaria found out about the existence of Bulgarians in the distant Volga-Ural region, who were presented as historical kin dating back to a far-off epoch. Let us hope that Nikolay Pavlov"s book will further promote interest in the Volga Bulgarians particularly among the young researchers, who, in studying this subject, will find real satisfaction in their scientific quest. Professor Georgi Bakalov.

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« Отговор #17 -: Март 30, 2009, 23:53:46 »
First-hand information on Volga Bulgaria is rather sparse. As no authentic Bulgar records have survived, most of our information comes from contemporary Arabic, Persian, or Russian sources. Some information is provided by excavations. It is thought that the territory of Volga Bulgaria was originally settled by the Finno-Ugric peoples. The Bulgars moved into the area in about 660, commanded by Kotrag Khan, Kubrat's son. Some Bulgar tribes, however, continued westward and after many adventures settled along the Danube River, in what is ... :-k


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