The Ljubljana Worker's Educational Society in the Years 1882-1884 and the Trial at Klagenfurt
The article, based on the archives material, surveys the activity of the Ljubljana Workers' Educational Society in the years 1882 to 1884 when it became radically orientated under the leadership of France Železnikar, Ferdinand Tuma, France Sturm, and Edvard Kriegl. The author also gives a more detailed account of the development of the Klagenfurt trial against a group of Ljubljana workers' leaders, charged with being anarchists.
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