Description:The film takes us back to 19th century Europe. It tells about the role of the American journalist Januarius MacGahan who was the word, and of Russian Emperor Alexander II, who was the sword of the Liberation of Bulgaria in 1878 from the Ottoman bondage.
At that time the Ottoman Empire tried to cover the traces of brutality, and sets a total censorship on international correspondence. However, the reports on the atrocities, exposing the real number of victims and the extent of violence. (68:08)