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Hristo Apostolov Matov (Bulgarian: Христо Апостолов Матов, also spelled Christo Matoff), born 10 March 1872 in Struga, Ottoman Empire (today Republic of Macedonia), died 10 February 1922 in Sofia, Bulgaria was a prominent Bulgarian Macedonian [1][2] revolutionary, philologist, folklorist and publicist, principal of the Bulgarian Men's High School of Thessaloniki (1898-1901), and one of the leaders of the Bulgarian Macedonian-Adrianople Revolutionary Committees,[3] (later SMORO, IMORO, IMRO).

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  1. ^ Hristo Matow Archive. Documentary collection, Sofia, 2004, p.19. (in Bulgarian)
  2. ^ Drimkolov (alias of Hristo Matev). Serbian Pretensions in Western Bulgaria. St. Kliment Society. Enlightenment Printing House. Sofia, 1897. (in Bulgarian)
  3. ^ ...Постоечките документи говорат дека таа била наречена „Бугарски македоно-одрински револуционерни комитети“. Оваа име Организацијата го добила на својот прв Конгрес одржан во летото (15 август 1894) во Ресен... Иван Катарџиев, Кон спомените на И.Х.Николов... Скопје 1995. стр. 8-9.


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