»Pobija se premalo«: vloga represije v uvajanju in vzdrževanju »novega reda« na Slovenskem 1941−1945
»THERE'S NOT ENOUGH KILLING«: THE ROLE OF REPRESSION IN INTRODUCING AND MAINTAINING THE »NEW ORDER« DURING THE OCCUPATION OF SLOVENIA 1941‐1945
The repression of the occupation authorities, aimed against the Slovenian population, was built into the very foundations of the occupation policy, especially German, since its goal was to ensure denationalisation and force population's loyalty to the occupying states. An even rougher and more severe form of repression was also used as the basic method in the anti‐resistance activities of all three occupiers. Similar forms of repression (mass imprisonment, internment, violence against the population during cleansing operations, executions of resistance members without judicial proceedings, use of extreme and swift judicial proceedings) did not only affect those who took part in the resistance movement: they had many characteristics of an all‐out punishment of the Slovenian population. The dimensions and effects of repression intensified by involving a part of the population in the fight against the resistance movement.
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