From the History of Underground Anti-Fascist Resistance in the Littoral
Two chapters from the author's extensive publication on illegal resistance of Slovene and Croatian minorities in fascist Italy were chosen for -this study. One chapter is on the formation of the illegal national revolutionary organization • (TIGR) which was founded by leaders of the disbanded Slovene youth and cultural societies in 1927 and the other covers the arrests of members of this organization between November 1927 and May 1930 as well as their subsequent interrogation pending trials
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