Nikolay Pavlovski, Assist. Prof.
Land Forces Faculty National Military University „Vassil Levski” 76, Bulgaria St. 5006 Veliko Turnovo, Bulgaria E-mail: email@example.com
Abstract. In the proposed military history study with a focus on the historical review of the preparation of officers from the reserve of the Armed Forces of Bulgaria, an attempt is executed to study the basic form of training of this specific type of servicemen in the defined period. The article gradually examines the gradual restoration of the Reserve Officers' School under the still valid Neuilly Treaty clauses and its functional development until the end of the World War II. The subject of the scientific work is related to the systematization of the relationship between the restoration of the training system for reserve officers, the revival of its traditions and the innovations of its development, the goals of the Ministry of War and the approaching World War II with its inherent requirements in military affairs. The researched problematic, included in the scientific production, is based on the analysis and summary of historical sources in the form of more than twenty archival units, mainly from the school’s fund, extracted from the State Military Historical Archive of our country.
Keywords: Reserve Officers School; renewal; progress; preparation; military formations