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Title:NOČ JE MOJ EDINI DOM - USODA LUDVIKA MRZELA
Authors:Lešnik, Arnold (Author)
Vodušek-Starič, Jerca (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Ludvik Mrzel, slovenski intelektualec, levičar in marksist, je bil eden prvih simpatizerjev in članov komunističnega gibanja na Slovenskem. Bil je ugleden publicist, gledališki kritik, novinar in pisatelj. V začetku dvajsetih let 20. stoletja se je pridružil Zvezi komunistične mladine Jugoslavije (ZKMJ) in kmalu za tem Komunistični partiji Jugoslavije (KPJ). Nekaj časa je opravljal delo sekretarja pokrajinskega komiteja ZKMJ. Kmalu po sprejemu v partijo je postal pasiven in bil zaradi tega izključen, čeprav je ostal levo orientiran. Med okupacijo se je na pobudo Prežihovega Voranca angažiral v OF. Po dveh aretacijah in krajšem obdobju v partizanih je pristal v koncentracijskem taborišču Dachau. Nekaj časa je bil sobni pisar, nato delavec na plantaži in nazadnje fizični delavec v tovarni v Ulmu. Po osvoboditvi se je v Mariboru kot upravnik gledališča znašel sredi intrig in zarot, ki jim ni bil kos in slednjič je pristal kot obsojenec na zloglasnem Golem otoku. Mrzelova povojna usoda je bila posledica osebnih zamer, a še bolj njegove svobodomiselnosti v času, ko le-ta ni bila na mestu.
Keywords:Ludvik Mrzel, dachauski procesi, prevzem oblasti, totalitarizem, kultura po vojni, mariborsko gledališče, montirani procesi, komunistična partija.
Year of publishing:2012
Publisher:[A. Lešnik]
Source:Maribor
UDC:93/94(043.2):929Mrzel
COBISS_ID:19340296 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:J6YSL3EK
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:THE NIGHT IS MY ONLY HOME - THE FATE OF LUDVIK MRZEL
Abstract:Ludvik Mrzel, a Slovenian intellectual, a leftist and Marxist, was one of the first sympathizers and members of communist movement in Slovenia. He was a respected publicist, a theater critic, a journalist and a writer. He joined the Federation of communist youth of Yugoslavia (FCYY) and soon after that to Communist Party of Yugoslavia (CPY). Soon after admission in the party, he became passive and he was expulsed even though he remained left oriented. During the occupation, he joined OF on Prežihov Voranc’s initiative. After two short arrests and a short period as a partisan, he was deported to the concentration camp Dachau. He was a room scribe for a while, after that he was a worker on a plantation and a physical worker in a factory in Ulm. After liberation, he became the manager of the theatre in Maribor and landed in the middle of intrigues and conspiracies that he could not match, to became a condemned person on the notorious Goli otok (Bare Island). Mrzel's post-war destiny was a consequence of his personal resentments and his freedom of thought at a time this was not appropriate.
Keywords:Ludvik Mrzel, Dachau processes, government take-over, totalitarianism, culture after the Second world war, Maribor theatre, set up processes, Communist Party.


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