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Title:Pot do samostojne države Slovenije v luči izbranih slovenskih in srbskih časnikov
Authors:Krog, Borut (Author)
Friš, Darko (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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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:Slovenija je med drugo svetovno vojno kot članica Kraljevine Jugoslavije pristopila k trojnemu paktu, kar je kljub temu ni obranilo napada s strani Nemčije. Aprila 1941 je bilo slovensko ozemlje okupirano, okupatorji pa so si ga razdelili na tri dele. Italiji je pripadla ljubljanska pokrajina, Štajerska in Gorenjska sta pripadli Nemčiji, Prekmurje pa Madžarski. Kot odgovor je bila že aprila 1941 ustanovljena Osvobodilna fronta, ki je začela z oboroženim bojem proti okupatorjem. Osvobodilna fronta je narodnoosvobodilni boj postopoma spreobrnila v socialistično revolucijo, prav tako pa pomembno vplivala na priključitev Slovenije v okvir federativne Jugoslavije. Po krizi v osemdesetih letih so zahteve po neodvisnosti postajale del vsakdana, k čemur so pripomogla tudi množična občila. Prve demokratične volitve, sprejetje ustavnih sprememb in sprejetje Deklaracije o suverenosti države so bili eni izmed prvih korakov na poti do samostojnosti. Referendum o neodvisnosti in razglasitev neodvisnosti sta pomenila, da je slovenski narod v svoji dolgi zgodovini prvič dobil samostojno in lastno državo. A na tej poti so Sloveniji stale JLA, Jugoslavija in mednarodna skupnost.
Keywords:Slovenija, Jugoslavija, vojna, DEMOS, osamosvojitev, mednarodno priznanje
Year of publishing:2020
Publisher:[B. Krog]
Source:Maribor
UDC:94(497.4)\"1991\":329:09:070(043.2)
COBISS_ID:63284995 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:CYGONZPG
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Licensing start date:05.03.2020

Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Path to independant State of Slovenia through the Prism of Selected Slovenian and Serbian Newspapers
Abstract:During the Second World War, Slovenia joined the Triple Pact as a member of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. Despite being a member of the Pact, Slovenia was attacked by Germany. In April 1941, Slovenian territory was occupied, and the occupiers split it into three parts. Italy claimed the province of Ljubljana, Styria, Gorenjska belonged to Germany, and Prekmurje to Hungary. As early as in April 1941, the Liberated Front was founded and began with an armed struggle against the occupiers. The Liberation Front gradually transformed the national liberation struggle into a socialist revolution, and also significantly influenced the accession of Slovenia to the framework of federal Yugoslavia. After the 80s crisis demands for Slovenia's independence became part of everyday life, with help of mass media. First democratic elections, the adoption of constitutional amendments and the adoption of the Declaration on the Sovereignty of the State of Slovenia were one of the steps on the way to independence. The referendum on independence and its proclamation meant that for the first time in its long history, the Slovene nation had acquired a completely independent state of its own. But on its way to independence, Slovenia as a new state had to overcome a few obstacles. Those were YLA, Yugoslavia and the international community.
Keywords:Slovenia, Yugoslavia, war, DEMOS, independence, international recognition


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