Prispevek k vprašanju političnega preganjanja Slovencev med I. svetovno vojno
On the basis of archive records and comparisons with published sources and newspapers articles, the author outlines the persecution of a certain number of Slovenians during World War I. He based his discussion in official statements by victims of persecution recorded by the Municipal Office of Ljubljana in April 1919; the individuals concerned all had a permanent address in the city of Ljubljana. The author analyses the causes for persecution, the methods used and their duration, as well as the age, sex and professional structure of the victims of persecution. All cases are described in great detail, including both leading politicians and men on the street
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