Une Jeanne d’Arc macédonienne

Катерина Арнаудова, Македонската Јованка Орлеанка, спомната во книгата  "Joan of Arc: Soldier, Saint, Symbol—of What".

"As a soldier, she [Joan of Arc] inspired women around the world. During 1763, the Philippine patriot Gabriela Silang took over her assassinated husband’s role as leader of the revolt against Spain and, although captured and executed, earned the title ‘‘Philippine Joan of Arc.’’ A kindred countrywoman, Josephine Rizal, also replaced her slain husband to lead guerillas in Cavite during the 1898 rebellion but escaped Spanish reprisal by reaching America. Another young woman lead her orthodox Macedonian countryman in a 1903 ambush against the ruling Muslim Turks and was called by the sensational French newspaper Le Petit Journal, ‘‘Une Jeanne d’Arc macédonienne’’ (Figure 2). The world media routinely reported positive accounts of other activist sisters in Hungary, Java, Germany, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Poland, Arabia, Scotland (a convict), Austria, Turkey, and Ireland (Maud Gonne)."

James A. Freeman "Joan of Arc: Soldier, Saint, Symbol—of What" стр. 603
 Оваа статија за македонската Јованка Орлеанка е спомната и во книгата Joan of Arc: Soldier, Saint, Symbol—of What? од James A. Freeman (стр. 603, 604) - See more at: http://documents-mk.blogspot.com/search/label/Macedonia%27s%20Joans%20of%20Arc#sthash.1YKgTmcg.dpufОваа статија за македонската Јованка Орлеанка е спомната и во книгата Joan of Arc: Soldier, Saint, Symbol—of What? од James A. Freeman (стр. 603, 604) - See more at: http://documents-mk.blogspot.com/search/label/Macedonia%27s%20Joans%20of%20Arc#sthash.1YKgTmcg.dpuf
Оваа статија за македонската Јованка Орлеанка е спомната и во книгата Joan of Arc: Soldier, Saint, Symbol—of What? од James A. Freeman (стр. 603, 604) - See more at: http://documents-mk.blogspot.com/search/label/Macedonia%27s%20Joans%20of%20Arc#sthash.1YKgTmcg.dpuf

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