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Title:Po sledeh agrarne reforme in zaplemb v letih 1945-1949: primer rodbine Lemež
Authors:Lemež, Lea (Author)
Friš, Darko (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf MAG_Lemez_Lea_2019.pdf (5,76 MB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Zaplembe premoženja predstavljajo eno temeljnih vprašanj slovenske povojne zgodovine. Njihovo poznavanje je eden izmed osnovnih pogojev za razumevanje nekaterih revolucionarnih sprememb in dogajanj po letu 1945. Če hočemo obdobje po vojni razumeti, moramo misliti na posameznike in njihove usode. Poznavanje problematike povojnih zaplemb je ključno za razumevanje preobrazbe zasebne lastnine v državno. Kot večina agrarnih reform v zgodovini je bila tudi agrarna reforma po drugi svetovni vojni v Jugoslaviji izpeljana s ciljem pridobiti premoženje in ne s ciljem zadostitve tistim, ki jih ukrep zadeva. Z agrarno reformo v Sloveniji, izpeljano leta 1946, so veleposestnikom, Cerkvi in večjim kmetom odvzeli zemljo in jo razdelili pod geslom »zemljo tistemu, ki jo obdeluje«. Kljub tovrstnemu ukrepu je veliko zemlje ostalo v državnih rokah. Velik poudarek v pričujočem delu je predvsem na represiji do kmečkega prebivalstva, natančneje do rodbine Lemež. Posebna pozornost je namenjena razlastitvam, zaplembam in sodnim procesom. Poglavje o političnih sodnih procesih zoper rodbino Lemež je skoraj v celoti pisano na osnovi proučevanja arhivskega gradiva, saj literature o posameznih kmečkih oškodovancih agrarne reforme ni na razpolago veliko. Posebej pomembno poglavje v magistrski nalogi je psihološki vpliv na družino Lemež, ki je v celoti napisano na podlagi osebnih izpovedi družinskih članov.
Keywords:agrarna reforma, odvzemi, družina Lemež, zadruge, veleposestniki.
Year of publishing:2019
Publisher:[L. Lemež]
Source:Maribor
UDC:94(497.4):338.246\"1945/1949\"(043.2)
COBISS_ID:24369416 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:ITHQKQGO
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Licensing start date:09.01.2019

Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Following the paths of the agrarian reform and confiscations between 1945-1949: the example of the Lemež family
Abstract:The confiscation of assets is one of the fundamental questions of the Slovenian post-war history. Knowledge of confiscations of assets is one of the basic conditions for understanding some revolutionary changes and events since the year 1945. If we want to understand the post-war period, we need to think of individuals and their fates. Knowing the problem of post-war confiscations is crucial for understanding the transformation of private property into state property. Like most agricultural reforms in history, the agrarian reform after the Second World War in Yugoslavia was carried out with the goal of acquiring property and not with the goal of meeting those affected by the measure. With the agrarian reform in Slovenia, carried out in 1946, they deprived the landowners, the Church and large farmers of their land and distributed it under the slogan »Land for those who work on it. « Despite this kind of measure, a lot of land remained in the hands of the state. The emphasis in the presented work is mainly on the repression against the agricultural population, and more specifically against the family Lemež. A special attention is given to expropriation, confiscation and judicial processes. The chapter on political trials against the family Lemež is almost entirely written on the basis of the study of archival documents, since not a lot of the literature on individual aggrieved farmers in the agrarian reform is available. Particularly relevant chapter in the master's thesis is the psychological impact on the Lemež family, which is written entirely on the basis of personal confessions of the family members.
Keywords:agrarian reform, dispossessions, the Lemež family, cooperatives, landowners.


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