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The path of Botev's cheta: Veslets

May 19th, 1876
On its way from Milin Kamak to Veslets the cheta made another dear ultimate sacrifice – David Todorov Savov, struck down by enemy fire, fell in the vicinity of the village of Mramoren. He was one of the Botev’s close advisers and a member of the cheta’s staff. The revolutionaries managed to restore their energies, feasted on food, given by shepherds in the area of Veslets near Vratsa. Nikola Voynovski carried out military teaching in order to raise the fighting spirit. Hristo Botev and the secretary Georgi Apostolov sent a letter to Angel Yotov from Vratsa in an attempt to contact the Vratsa committee.