Turks rout Macedonians


Sanguinary Battle Near Uskub Reported Revolutionists Cut to Pieces.

VIENNA, Aug, 15.—Local newspapers publish reports of a sanguinary fight between two battalions of Turkish infantry under the command of Nedim Pasha, and a band of Bulgarian-Macedonian revolutionists commanded by an ex-Bulgarian army officer named Stojanoff. The engagement took place near Uskub, European Turkey.

The revolutionists were cut to pieces, and the Turks had many men killed or wounded.

Published: August 16, 1902 The New York Times

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