100 години од раѓањето на Никола Вапцаров





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Со свечена академија синоќа во Струмица беше одбележана 100 годишнината од раѓањето на големиот македонски поет и револуционер Никола Јонков Вапцаров.

Во збирката „Моторни песни се издвојува циклусот под наслов „Песни за татковината. Во таа поезија, Вапцаров се претставува како патриот - Македонец, најмаркантно преку песните „Земја, „Татковина, „Ајдутска, „Илинденска, „Крали Марко, „Мајка, „Песна и други.

„Ние сме Македонци. Затоа и нашето творештво треба да биде во служба на македонската кауза

Никола Вапцаров, „Реферат, 1938

The ethnic Macedonian poet Nikola Jonkov Vapcarov was born 1909 in Bansko, Pirin Macedonia, today part of Bulgaria. He finished his primary education in Bansko, and after finishing high school in Razlog, he went to Varna, where he attended a naval-machinery school. After finishing his studies he was employed as a machinist on a ship, and later he was employed in a paper factory, but soon quit his work because of his active political activities.

Ever since he was a student, Vapcarov was a member of the revolutionary movement, actively fighting against the Fascism. He was also an active poet. In 1942, Vapcarov, as well as Anton Popov, were discovered and arrested, and later shot to death together in Sofia.

Vapcarov was a member of the Macedonian Literary Circle that was active in Sofia. Some other members of the Circle were Anton Popov, Gorgi Abadjiev, Kole Nedelkovski, Dimitar Mitrev, and others.

Vapcarov wrote two collectioons of poetry "Motorni pesni" and "Prolet", among which the most famous songs are "Spomen", "Zemja," "Pesna za covekot" and others.

Vapcarov's deep hatred towards the world of exploatation and wars and his belief in the victory of the Macedonian people gave him an important place in the Macedonian history and literature.

"We are Macedonians. Therefore, our work should be in the service of the Macedonian cause "

Nicolas Vaptsarov, 1938


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