The 7th Grade Primary School History book includes a â€œMap of South-Western Macedonia with the regions which rebelled during the Naoussa Uprisingâ€ of 1822 (Naoussa is referred to as â€œNjegusâ€). BlaÅ¾e Ristovski, Å ukri Rahimi, Simo Mladenovski, Stojan Kiselinovski and Todor ÄŒepreganov, Istorija za VII oddelenie, Skopje 2005, pg. 95. The battle of Naousa was one of the most heroic battles in the Greek war of independence. It took place in 1822 and the Greek leaders Zafeirakis Theodosiou, Tsamis Karatasos, Diamantis Nikolaou, Nikolaos Kasomoulis, Angelis Gatsos and Gregorios Salas were all members of the Filiki Etairia. Those who survived the battle went south, fought throughout the war and became officers in the Greek army after the end of the revolution. What does this have to do with FYROM other than to support a venomous indoctrination of schoolchildren that the Greeks have stolen Macedonia from the ancient SlavoFYROMians?