Macedonia File The Greek Minority in the FYROM under Bondage
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The author, Michael Chrysanthopoulos, was born in Thessaloniki in 1966, where he finished his primary education. He studied Theology and History in Belgrade, Sofia, and Thessaloniki. He taught Theology, Iconography and History at Anatolia College of Thessaloniki and at Hellenic College of Thessaloniki. He was director of the Secretariat of the History of Pan-Macedonian Unity of Thessaloniki, which was connected to the corresponding institute of Australia, with its seat in Melbourne. He is a member of the Student's Coordination Committee for Northern Epirus's Rights, the cultural association "Makednos", the "Macedonian Movement for the Solidarity of the Cypriot People", former Secretary General of the Pan-Hellenic Association of Descendents of the Macedonian Freedom Fighters of Macedonia-Thrace and the Association for Macedonian Studies. He is a teacher, theologian-historian. He is fluent in Serbian, Bulgarian, Russian, Croatian, Slovenian, Czech, the dialect of the country of Skopje, English, and knows Old Church Slavonic. He holds a Master's degree in "Church History and Dogmatic Theology" from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Theological School). He has a degree in journalism from the Varosha Workshop of Free Studies Schools. He has been a correspondent for Australia's SBS satellite stations, headquartered in Melbourne, for 15 years. He has collaborated with many stations (private stations such as the former Sky station and Antenna, for which he was involved in war reporting from Kosovo) and for a decade he had his own show on local stations in Thessaloniki entitled "At the Centre of Events". He also had a radio show by the same name on the station "Radio Akrites" for five years. He has written many articles on national issues, particularly the Macedonian Question, in historically oriented periodicals in Thessaloniki. His articles and excerpts from his books are found in encyclopedias and historical studies.