Posebnosti obračuna z »Nemci« na Slovenskem
ABSTRACT FEATURES OF RETALIATION AGAINST »GERMANS« IN SLOVENIA
The following contribution focuses on the peculiarities of the post‐war retaliation of the Yugoslav/Slovenian authorities against those members of the German national minority in Slovenia who remained in Slovenia after the war. It is written on the basis of German and Austrian archive materials. These sources define the three peculiarities of the retaliation: swift executions, deportation of the German‐speaking population across the »green border« to Austria, and the alleged deportation to other parts of Yugoslavia and Soviet Union.
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