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Bulgaria Gallery

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Choose from 220 pictures in our Bulgaria collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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At present he works Bulgaria

At present he works Bulgaria. Illustration shows a puppeteer labeled Russia with marionettes labeled Bulgaria and Macedonia engaged in a sword fight; the Bulgarian puppet is about to cut the head off the Macedonian puppet who has dropped his sword. Hanging on the side of the theater, to the left, are three puppets labeled Roumelia, Servia, and Roumania. Date 1903 October 7. At present he works Bulgaria. Illustration shows a puppeteer labeled Russia with marionettes labeled Bulgaria and Macedonia engaged in a sword fight; the Bulgarian puppet is about to cut the head off the Macedonian puppet who has dropped his sword. Hanging on the side of the theater, to the left, are three puppets labeled Roumelia, Servia, and Roumania. Date 1903 October 7. Date:

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress

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Stamp Card produced by Ottmar Zeihar - Bulgaria

Stamp Card produced by Ottmar Zeihar - Bulgaria. These cards enabled collectors to see stamps which they were unable to obtain, or afford. There is a complete set of 180 cards, some of the smaller countries had a very low printing run and are hence very rare. Used Zeiher cards are very hard to find as the embossed stamp design was not approved by postal authorities as it confused the function of the 'proper' stamps! Date: circa 1904

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

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Bulgaria - State Railway School No.17

State Railway School - Railway Regiment of the Ministry of War No.17 (1940-1942) - Bulgaria. Under the Treaty of Neuilly-sur-Seine (1919), Bulgaria had to cover a number of military structures behind semi-civilian ones. The State Railway School was set up to train reservists for NCOs, engineering troops and railway personnel - allowing rapid movement of troops and military equipment. By decree of Tsar Boris III and a special law by the National Assembly, the State Railway School (and it's four-year training course) was established. Externally this appeared an average technical school, but the organizational structure was military - students wore uniforms and were under martial law. Date: 1942

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection