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The author shows how the dominant research paradigm in socialist Bulgaria -- with lines dating back to the nineteenth century -- interpreted and depicted the history of Christianity during the period of Ottoman Muslim domination. The association of religious and national identity legitimated the religious and minority policy of the socialist regime. The book demonstrates that political surveillance and control over historiography had direct consequences for the religious communities in Bulgaria.
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