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Manush Georgiev

Manush Georgiev
Bulgarian revolutionary
Born August 10, 1881
Turnovo, in today's Republic of Macedonia
Died February 7, 1908
Dolna Ribnitsa, in today's Bulgaria

Manush Georgiev, better known as Manush Voivoda (Bulgarian: Мануш Войвода) was a Bulgarian revolutionary from Ottoman Macedonia and a member of the Internal Macedonian-Adrianople Revolutionary Organization. He is considered an ethnic Macedonian in the Republic of Macedonia. He graduated from the Bulgarian schools in Strumitsa and Serres, and was later appointed as a teacher in the villages of Barbarevo, Robovo, Borievo and Stinik. He grew in rank in IMARO and in 1907 he became deputy voivoda of Strumitsa region.[1][2][3] Georgiev was killed in a scrimish with the Ottoman police in the village of Dolna Ribnitsa in 1908.


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