Wassil Lewski (auch Vasil Levski geschrieben, bulgarisch Васил Левски, altbulg. Василъ Львскій; * 6. Juli/ Juli in Karlowo; † (Hinrichtung) 6. Februar/. Lewski Sofia ist ein professioneller Fußballverein aus Sofia, Bulgarien. ПФК ЛЕВСКИ / PFC LEVSKI, Sofia. Gefällt Mal. Добре дошли в официалната страница на ПФК Левски. Welcome to PFC Levski Official Facebook.
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Levski Top-Zugänge VideoПавел Колев след Управителния съвет на ПФК \ Lewski Sofia ist ein professioneller Fußballverein aus Sofia, Bulgarien. Alles zum Verein Levski Sofia (efbet Liga) ➤ aktueller Kader mit Marktwerten ➤ Transfers ➤ Gerüchte ➤ Spieler-Statistiken ➤ Spielplan ➤ News. Lewski Sofia (offiziell: PFK (Profesionalen futbolen klub) Lewski Sofia (ПФК Левски София), englische Transkription: Levski Sofia) ist ein professioneller. Wassil Lewski (auch Vasil Levski geschrieben, bulgarisch Васил Левски, altbulg. Василъ Львскій; * 6. Juli/ Juli in Karlowo; † (Hinrichtung) 6. Februar/. Inhalt Widgets Inhalt. Etar Veliko Tarnovo. Waleri Domowtschijski schoss in Ligaspielen beachtliche 60 Tore für Dfbpokal.
Hidden category: ContainsSEO. Landing zone. Agricultural Supplies. Distilled Spirits. According to some researchers, Levski established the earliest of his secret committees during this tour,   but those assumptions are based on uncertain data.
From late August to May the following year, Levski was active in the Romanian capital Bucharest. He was in contact with revolutionary writer and journalist Lyuben Karavelov, whose participation in the foundation of the Bulgarian Literary Society Levski approved in writing.
Karavelov's publications gathered a number of followers and initiated the foundation of the Bulgarian Revolutionary Central Committee BRCC , a centralised revolutionary diasporic organisation that included Levski as a founding member   and statute drafter.
Despite insufficient documentation of Levski's activities in , it is known that he spent a year and a half establishing a wide network of secret committees in Bulgarian cities and villages.
Revolutionary committees were also established in some parts of Macedonia , Dobruja and Strandzha and around the more peripheral urban centres Kyustendil , Vratsa and Vidin.
Most members were intellectuals and traders, though all layers of Bulgarian society were represented. Individuals obtained IRO membership in secrecy: the initiation ritual involved a formal oath of allegiance over the Gospel or a Christian cross , a gun and a knife; treason was punishable by death, and secret police monitored each member's activities.
Apocryphal and semi-legendary anecdotal stories surround the creation of Levski's Internal Revolutionary Organisation. Persecuted by the Ottoman authorities who offered Turkish liras for his death and for his capture, Levski resorted to disguises to evade arrest during his travels.
It was sent out to the local committees and to the diasporic community for discussion. The political and organisational experience that Levski amassed is evident in his correspondence dating from to ; at the time, his views on the revolution had clearly matured.
On Levski's initiative,  a general assembly was called between 29 April and 4 May At the assembly, the delegates approved a programme and a statute, elected Lyuben Karavelov as the organisation's leader and authorised Levski as the BRCC executive body's only legitimate representative in the Bulgarian lands.
Thus, the Lovech Central Committee was reduced to a regular local committee, and the first region-wide revolutionary centres were founded.
The lack of funds, however, precipitated the organisation into a crisis, and Levski's one-man judgements on important strategic and tactical matters were increasingly questioned.
In that situation, Levski's assistant Dimitar Obshti robbed an Ottoman postal convoy in the Arabakonak pass on 22 September ,  without approval from Levski or the leadership of the movement.
Obshti and other prisoners made a full confession and revealed Levski's leading role. Realising that he was in danger, Levski decided to flee to Romania, where he would meet Karavelov and discuss these events.
First, however, he had to collect important documentation from the committee archive in Lovech, which would constitute important evidence if seized by the Ottomans.
Starting with the writings of Lyuben Karavelov, the most accepted version has been that a priest named Krastyo Nikiforov betrayed Levski to the police.
This theory has been disputed by the researchers Ivan Panchovski and Vasil Boyanov for lack of evidence.
Initially taken to Tarnovo for interrogation, Levski was sent to Sofia on 4 January. There, he was taken to trial. While he acknowledged his identity, he did not reveal his accomplices or details related to his organisation, taking full blame.
The sentence was carried out on 18 February in Sofia,  where the Monument to Vasil Levski now stands.
Petka of the Saddlers as Levski's burial place, which the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences concluded as possible yet unverifiable. Levski's death intensified the crisis in the Bulgarian revolutionary movement,  and most IRO committees soon disintegrated.
At the end of the s, Levski developed a revolutionary theory that saw the Bulgarian liberation movement as an armed uprising of all Bulgarians in the Ottoman Empire.
The insurrection was to be prepared, controlled and coordinated internally by a central revolutionary organisation, which was to include local revolutionary committees in all parts of Bulgaria and operate independently from any foreign factors.
Instead, many regarded an intervention by the great powers as a more feasible solution. Levski envisioned Bulgaria as a democratic republic ,   occasionally finding common ground with the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen ,  and largely reflecting the liberal ideas of the French Revolution and contemporary Western society.
We will have a flag that says, 'Pure and sacred republic' It is time, by a single deed, to achieve what our French brothers have been seeking Levski was prepared to sacrifice his life for the revolution and place Bulgaria and the Bulgarian people above personal interests: "If I shall win, I shall win for the entire people.
If I shall lose, I shall lose only myself. Sticks up, I saw, black gallows , And your only son, Bulgaria,. In cities and villages across Bulgaria, Levski's contributions to the liberation movement are commemorated with numerous monuments,  and many streets bear his name.
The life of Vasil Levski has been widely featured in Bulgarian literature and popular culture. The poem, an elegy ,  was probably written in late Tsarsko Selo Sofia Levski Sofia.
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