Rojevanje otrok v ljubljanski porodnišnici v tridesetih letih 20. stoletja
CHILDBIRTH IN THE LJUBLJANA MATERNITY HOSPITAL IN THE 1930S
The following article presents the development of obstetrics and the State Gynaecological Hospital in Ljubljana. The women's trust in the Maternity Hospital as the best place to give birth developed gradually. The author of the article mostly based her research on the civil registers of the Maternity Ward of the State Gynaecological Hospital in Ljubljana for the period between 1 January 1929 and 31 December 1941. The registers are kept in the Archives of the Republic of Slovenia. By analysing the civil registers of the Maternity Hospital for the period between 1 January 1929 and 31 December 1941 the author established the identity of the women giving births there, their origin, as well as the nature of their social status and birth trends.
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