BULGARIA: Laughing Radoslavoff

Avoiding the "mistake" which the Greek Government made in executing the Ministers alleged to be responsible for the Greek defeat at the hands of the Turks, the Bulgarian Parliament (Sobranje) voted amnesty to ex-Premier Vaseil Radoslavoff and his Cabinet who were charged with treason in having brought Bulgaria into the War on the side of the Central Powers.


In the latter part of 1918, the arrest of ex-Premier Radoslavoff and 13 of his Cabinet Ministers was ordered. Radoslavov and one Minister escaped to Berlin, the remaining twelve were arrested and thrown into prison.

In 1920 the trial began, Radoslavoff interested from afar....

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