Organizational Structure in the Communist Party of Sovenia within Partisan Units in the 1941-1943 Period
The author discusses the process of establishing and developing an organization structure of the Communist Party of Slovenia within partisan units, beginning with the armed resistance and finishing with the Italian capitulation. She has reconstructed the Party leadership structure within partisan units, has followed the numerical membership changes in individual periods of time, and has outlined both the causes and conditions within which specific organizational issues had been solved that were related to the activities of the Party in individual partisan units.
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