Slovene Anti-Revolution with Special Emphasis on the End of World War II
On the basis of archival records as well as memoirs written by some participants in the process, the author briefly describes the efforts made by the Slovene anti-revolutionary forces in 1944/45 aiming at preventing a successful end of the national- liberation movement in Slovenia, at the end of World War II. The anti-revolutionary circles proclaimed a United State of Slovenia as part of the federal kingdom of Yugoslavia, headed by a provisional Slovene government founded in Ljubljana on May 3, 1945.
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