Not Much Now But You Never Can Tell!

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Not Much Now But You Never Can Tell!

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Item No: pixc01132
Title: Not Much Now But You Never Can Tell!
Additional Title: Not Much Now But You Never Can Tell!
Media Type: Cartoons (Commentary)
Source: Print and Picture Collection

The period after World War I was one of uneasy political coalitions, slow economic growth, and continued appearance of the Macedonia problem. Although social unrest remained at a high level, Boris kept firm control of his government as World War II approached.

Curtis, Glenn E. Bulgaria: A Country Study. 2nd ed. Washington, D.C.: Federal Research Division, Library of Congress, 1993. Print.

The Incident at Petrich, or the War of the Stray Dog, was a Greek–Bulgarian crisis in 1925, in which there was a short invasion of Bulgaria by Greece near the border town of Petrich, after the killing of a Greek captain and a sentry from Bulgarian soldiers.

"Incident at Petrich." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation. Web. 31 Mar. 2015.

The Bulgarian coup d'état of 1923, also known as the 9 June coup d'état (Bulgarian: Деветоюнски преврат, Devetoyunski prevrat), was a coup d'état in Bulgaria implemented by armed forces under General Ivan Valkov's Military Union on the eve of 9 June 1923. Hesitantly legitimated by a decree of Tsar Boris III of Bulgaria, it overthrew the government of the Bulgarian Agrarian National Union headed by Aleksandar Stamboliyski and replaced it with one under Aleksandar Tsankov.

"Bulgarian Coup D'état of 1923." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation. Web. 31 Mar. 2015.'état_of_1923.

Creator Name: Sykes, Charles Henry, 1882-1942 - Artist