The Foundation of the Society "Vzajemnost" (Solidarity) in Ljubljana in 1909
The workers’ educational society “Vzajemnost” was founded in Ljubljana on September 5, 1909, on the initiative of the writer Ivan Cankar. When founded it numbered 59 members. The society became the organizer of the ideological and political education as well as social activities of the workers of Ljubljana. With the help of the Ljubljana society branches were founded in other parts of Carniola. “Vzajemnost” was founded also for Styria and Carinthia. Because of Cankar’s speech “Slovenes and Yugoslavia” the society was disbanded on April 18, 1913.
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