Professor Brian Campbell
EN-1102-2 English Composition I
23 October 2013
Assignment One - Learning Autobiography Essay
Coming to America My Personal Story
"History is something we make together", Orhan Pamuk once said. It is also something we enjoy together, I would add, because it is often a play of coincidences. Bulgaria is a beautiful country in Europe. The geographical location of Bulgaria is in the South East of Europe on the Balkan Peninsula. It has an interesting geography. It has mountains on the south and the middle and valleys in between. The entire border on the East is constituted by the coastline of the Black Sea. Romania is the border on the North separated by the Danube River. To the West is Serbia and Macedonia, while Greece and Turkey are on the South.
After an aborted uprising in 1923, the Bulgarian Communist Party had gone underground and its leaders fled to the Soviet Union. The Bulgarian party was marked by inner turmoil. The German invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941 brought unity among Communists worldwide. In April 1944 the Communist party proclaimed itself the First Bulgarian Partisan Brigade and started communicating with the command center in Sofia. The Chavdar brigade became the main arm of the party leaders in Sofia for sabotage, raids, and intimidation around the capital.
During the night of September 8, 1944 the current situation led the partisans in capturing without bloodshed, the Ministry of War, arresting the ministers and seizing the communication system. As the partisans became the new militia, its political chief of staff directed the round-up and execution of thousands of enemies of Communism in Bulgaria. According to the official figures, 12,000 of the population were delivered to the people's tribunals, while untold numbers disappeared without a trial.
I was born in 1947, the youngest in the family, in the town of Shumen by the seaside on the cost of the Black sea. We had a two story...
Cited: The Armenian National Committee of America. http://www.anca.org/ancaprofile.php. November 3, 2013. ANCA. Web. November 3, 2013.
Wikipedia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bulgaria. 1 November 2013. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. Web. 3 November 2013.
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