Slovene Communists and the Placing of Trieste into the Programme of United Slovenia During the Second World War
United Slovenia was, apart from an immediate armed resistance against the occupiers, one of the central goals of the programme of the communist led Liberation Front and was also written in the so-called Basic Articles. The paper deals with the process of the shaping of the fundamental principles of the Slovene liberation movement, the size of United Slovenia and a further definition of its territory through to the shaping of specific territorial demands. Trieste played an important role in the complex of a gradual solution of the question of United Slovenia, and was treated as a separate problem. The paper also presents the genesis of the placement of Trieste in the programme of United Slovenia.
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