Σουλιώτες: Διαφορά μεταξύ των αναθεωρήσεων

επαναφορά παραθέματος που κάνει λόγο για του Σουλιώτες του καιρού της Επανάστασης ως "non-Greek speakers"
(αφαίρεση μη-αξιόπιστων πηγών)
(επαναφορά παραθέματος που κάνει λόγο για του Σουλιώτες του καιρού της Επανάστασης ως "non-Greek speakers")
* Balázs Trencsényi, Michal Kopecek: ''Discourses of Collective Identity in Central and Southeast Europe (1770–1945): The Formation of National Movements''. Central European University Press, 2006, {{ISBN|963-7326-60-X}}, S. 173. “The Souliotes were Albanian by origin and Orthodox by faith”.
 
* Giannēs Koliopoulos, John S. Koliopoulos, Thanos Veremēs: ''Greece: The Modern Sequel : from 1831 to the Present''. 2. Edition. C. Hurst & Co., 2004, {{ISBN|1-85065-462-X}}, p. 184: "Orthodox and partly hellenised Albanian tribes, like the Suliots of Epirus, constituted a confederacy [...]" p. 233: "Albanian -speaking Suliots and Hydriots, Vlach speaking Thessalians and Epirots, and Slav-speaking Macedonians had fought in insurgent Greece along with the other Greeks, and no one at the time had thought any of these non-Greek speakers less Greek than the Greek-speakers.... of himself as less of a Greek for speaking little or nothing of the language, notwithstanding the ongoing debate on Greekness and Greek identity."
 
* [[Eric Hobsbawm]]: ''Nations and Nationalism Since 1780: Programme, Myth, Reality''. 2. Edition. Cambridge University Press, 1992, {{ISBN|0-521-43961-2}}, S. 65