Comparison between Non-Commissioned and Commissioned Officer Training in the Slovenian Home Guard and in the National Liberation Army of Slovenia
The article deals with and compares the training of non-commissioned and commissioned officers in the Slovenian Home Guard, the National Liberation Army and partisan detachments based on RS archives, the Slovenian Home Guard and Literature Fund. The article is based on the author's final Master's Degree paper, Slovenian Military Education (1941-1945).
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