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- n. Plural form of Bolgar.
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It is my understanding that there are also battalions of "Bolgars" operated by women in Oriente province comrade Parra told me about this but they also have "Zetors" 35-11 operated by women: "Zetors" 35-11 seem to be quite maneuverable and quite practical.
Bolgars were turks, they split in 7 AD and one part became Bolgaria on the Black Sea later they form new nation with slavonic peaple, they even change the language to slavonic
Bolgars or Bulgars, a Finnish tribe, which conquered, intermarried, and coalesced with the Slav inhabitants, and eventually gave their name to them.