Zgodovinski časopis / Historical Review
Historical Association of Slovenia

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Historical Review, 2017 1-2

Historical Review, 2017 1-2

In this issue of Historical Review:

  • Simon Malmenvall, Metropolitan Hilarion’s Sermon on Law and Grace as an Example of Giving Meaning to the Past in Kievan Rus’
  • Maja Lukanc, Anna of Celje (Part I)
  • Nataša Golob, Mediaeval Parchment Fragments in Bookbindings
  • Tomaž Lazar, Armament of Slovene Lands in the Early Sixteenth Century: The Munich Manuscript Cod.icon. 222
  • Tanja Gomiršek, Types of Lease Contracts in the Goriška Brda Region in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century
  • Mateja Ratej, A War after the War — Anton Bračko’s Love Triangle of 1920
  • Izidor Janžekovič, Much Ado About Nothing (Part I): the Course and Background of the Discovery of the “Slavic Sanctuary” at Ptuj Castle.
  • Sašo Jerše, Slovene Realms of Memory (Les lieux de mémoire). Concepts, Theses, and Perspectives of Historical Research

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Historical Review, 2016 3-4

Historical Review, 2016 3-4

In this issue of Historical Review:

  • Aleksander Panjek, Lawsuit over a Disputed Vine-Cellar. The Custom of Oral Purchase and Sale of Real Estate among Peasants in the Karst Region (Tomaj, 1619–20).
  • Ivan Vogrič, The Occupation of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1878 as Seen through the Letters of Ivan Mankoč
  • Barbara Riman, Kristina Riman, Slovenes in the Croatian Gimnazija in Zadar from 1897 to 1921
  • Grega Žorž, Italian Occupation of Slovene Territory in November 1918
  • Sašo Cmrečnjak, Slovene Reconciliation: A Historical Overview
  • Jure Gašparič, Mojca Šorn, From a Live Debate to the Written Word. Verbatim Records of Parliamentary Sessions as a Historical Source
  • Jernej Kosi, Rok Stergar, When Did “Dear Slovenes” Come About? Identities in the Pre-National Period and Their Supposed Role in the Formation of the Slovene Nation
  • Karin Almasy, »... for God and Religion, the Emperor and Homeland!« The Culture of Translation and Ideological Control in Slovene Reading Books (1848–1918)

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Bogo Grafenauer, Die Kärntner Herzogseinsetzung

Grafenauer Bogo Die Karntner Herzogseinsetzung

Volume 49 of the Historical Review Collection is the German translation of one of the fundamental works of Slovene medieval history. In 1952, Bogo Grafenauer published Ustoličevanje koroških vojvod in država karantanskih Slovencev (The Installation of Dukes of Carinthia and the State of Carantanian Slavs). Marking the 100th anniversary of the author’s birth, the work was published in German and includes an updated scientific apparatus.

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Historical Review, 2015 3-4

Historical Review, 2015 3-4

In this issue of Historical Review:

  • Matjaž Bizjak, Deipold Vi of Katzenstein in the Service of Louis V of Brandenburg
  • Darja Mihelič, Tracing European Money from the First Half of the 16th century
  • Maria Bidovec, Boris Golec, Valvasor and Edmond Halley. On the Question of the Polymath’s Membership of the Royal Society and Consequences of His Breaking Off Contact with it
  • Primož Kuret, The Pianist Lucilla Tolomei Podgornik
  • Irena Avsenik Nabergoj, Ivan Cankar and the Great War
  • Gašper Mithans, Anton Korošec and the Yugoslav Concordat
  • Žarko Lazarević, Diversity, Decentralisation and Economic Sovereignty in Yugoslavia
  • Polona Sitar, Laundry Mechanisation, Consumption and Housework: The Impact of Purchase of Washing Machines in Individual Households on Introduction of Public Wash Houses in Socialist Slovenia

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Historical Review, 2016 1-2

Historical Review, 2016 1-2

In this issue of Historical Review:

  • Peter Štih, Confrontation, Acculturation, and Integration at the Junction of the Romance, the Germanic and the Slavic World
  • Jernej Kotar, The Charter by Frederick III on the Improvement of the Carniolan Coat of Arms from 1463
  • Oskar Habjanič, Darwinism in Slovenia
  • Goranka Kreačič, Tracing Descendants of the Croatian Nobles Šufflay of Otruševec in Slovenia
  • Jernej Mlekuž, “The Authorities Must Rectify the Repentance of an Aleksandrinka with a Wild Life”. Newspaper Truths on Aleksandrinke and Aleksandrinstvo before World War I
  • Žiga Koncilija, The Impact of War Circumstances on Women’s Criminality – Court Records of the Provincial Court in Ljubljana (1914-1916)
  • Filip Čuček, On the History of the Czechoslovakian-Yugoslav Corridor (The Czech-Slovene Point of View)

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Historical Review, 2015 1-2

Historical Review, 2015 1-2

In this issue of Historical Review:

  • Peter Štih, When the Church Began Speaking Slavic. On the Backgrounds of Christianization in Carantania and Pannonia
  • Dejan Burkeljca, Some New Views on Rounding Off Borders of the Loka Seigneury
  • Monika Deželak Trojar, The Life and Work of Janez Ludvik Schönleben (1618–1681) in Light of Archival Sources
  • Klaudija Sedar, The Establishment of Evangelical Congregations Puconci, Križevci and Hodoš Following the Patent of Toleration
  • Peter Mikša, “It is Largely Owing to Me that Triglav Remained in Slovene Hands.” Jakob Aljaž and His Mountaineering Activities in the Triglav Mountain range
  • Magdalena Bruckmüller-Schindler, Glasba v prvi svetovni vojni – med propagando, zabavo, sporazumevanjem med narodi, nacionalizmom ter razvedrilom
  • Nina Vodopivec, Socialist Memories and Post-Socialist Experience: Female and Male Industrial Workers
  • Jernej Kaluža, Contradictions of Theory of Historiography within Michel Foucault’s Sceptical Thought

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Man, Nature and Environment between the Northern Adriatic and the Eastern Alps in Premodern Times

Nature and Environment between the Northern Adriatic and the Eastern Alps

The environment has been ever-changing throughout history. The work is a combination of chapters analytically dealing with causes and consequences of environmental conditions and changes, methodological-conceptual chapters and discussions assessing individual types of sources in terms of environmental history. While parts of the monograph are limited to results of analyses of written sources, other parts are the product of interdisciplinary collaboration. The focal points include history of water, history of forest and tree species, history of natural disasters, the man-environment relationship, supply of urban settlements and the role of natural resources in the economy. Analytical chapters focus on the Alpine, Adriatic, Dinaric and Pannonian area in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times.

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Walter Lukan, Iz "črnožolte kletke narodov" v "zlato svobodo"? Habsburška monarhija in Slovenci v prvi svetovni vojni [From the »Black and Yellow Cage of Nations« to the »Golden Freedom«? The Habsburg Monarchy and Slovenes in World War I]

The Habsburg Monarchy and Slovenes in World War I

What was the extent of significance of the national movement of a small nation, living almost in its entirety in the Austrian half of the state where it constituted barely 4.5 percent of the entire population, in the eyes of the Viennese government, the joint Council of Ministers of the Habsburg Monarchy and the emperor, the elderly Franz Joseph and the dynamic, young, yet inexperienced Charles? What was the role of this movement as a part of the Yugoslav movement in the course of war, as the crisis of the multinational state aggravated increasingly and eventually led mostly due to the national question to its decline? The presented work aims to answer all these and similar questions. The author intends to achieve a more differentiated reflection of the national issues of the Habsburg Monarchy in WWI, since Austrian historiography tends to provide a somewhat narrow viewing field that is characterised by a distinct mark of the centre, i.e. Vienna.

ISBN 978-961-6777-18-6, Language: Slovenian; 184 pages, Illustrated

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Rajko Bratož, Med Italijo in Ilirikom. Slovenski prostor in njegovo sosedstvo v pozni antiki [Between Italy and Illyricum: Slovene Territory and its Neighbourhood in Late Antiquity]

Between Italy and Illyricum: Slovene Territory and its Neighbourhood in Late Antiquity

The book Between Italy and Illyricum: Slovene Territory and its Neighbourhood in Late Antiquity represents the first work in Slovene territory as well as the first work in the sphere of international research that systematically presents the history of the present-day Slovene territory and its broader neighbourhood, spanning from the second third of the 3rd century to the early 7th century. The author includes so to speak every written source from Antiquity and a selection of individual sources from the Early Middle Ages, relating to Late Antiquity. With literary sources (more than 400 titles), particularly those that are not easily attainable, various editions are stated on purpose, thus enabling the user to access relevant texts more readily.

ISBN 978-961-6777-16-2, Language: Slovenian; 685 pages, Illustrated

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Historical Review, 2014 3-4

Historical Review, 2014 3-4

In this issue of Historical Review:

  • Lilijana Žnidaršič Golec, Monasticism in the Slovene Ethnic Territory in Early Modern Times
  • Stanislav Južnič, Jesuits Grubers (On the bicentenary of restoration of Society of Jesus 1814)
  • Anja Dular, Booksellers – Members of Masonic Lodges in the 18th Century
  • Mateja Ratej, Slovene Maids in Belgrade under the Auspices of the Catholic Church and the (Dissolved) Slovene People’s Party in the 1930s
  • Franc Križnar, How to Think Music during  the Second world War in Slovenia (1941–1945)?
  • Aleš Gabrič, Slovene Theatre during the War
  • David Movrin, Fran Bradač, Anton Sovre, Milan Grošelj, Jože Košar and Fran Petre: Latin and Greek at the University of Ljubljana in the First Post-War Decade
  • Leopoldina Plut-Pregelj, The Goals of History Instruction: Ehich Goals, Why and How?

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Historical Review, 2014 1-2

Historical Review, 2014 1-2

In this issue of Historical Review:

  • Peter Štih, The integration of Carantanians and Other Alpine Slavs into the Frankish-Ottonian Empire. Several Observations,
  • Boris Golec, Epilogue to Valvasor's Baronial Title, Family, Death, Tomb and Estate
  • Stanislav Južnič, Cobenzls (On 300th anniversary of Johann Karl Philip Cobenzl's birth in Ljubljana),
  • Damir Globočnik, Monument to King Peter I in Ljubljana,
  • Barbara Riman, Slovene Franciscans in the Croatian Province of Saints Cyril and Methodius with Special Emphasis on the Monastery and Sanctuary of Trsat,
  • Dejan Pacek, The Mladci and the Stražarji: Between the Scylla of Cooperation and the Charybdis of Exclusion
  • Matjaž Geršič, Home Guard and Post-war Killings through the Lens of History Teaching
  • Andrey Tóth, Lukáš Novotný, On Some Aspects of Political and Legal Background of National Minorities in Czechoslovakia (1918–1938)

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Historical Review, 2013 3-4

Historical Review, 2013 3-4

In this issue of Historical Review:

  • Jernej Velkavrh, "Peasants' spears May sometimes harm the knight." Peasants in Military and social conflicts of the high Middle ages;
  • Žiga Zwitter, Weather and Climatic History in Calendars and Manorial Minutes of Tomaž Hren, Bishop of Ljubljana (1597–1630);
  • Peter Mikša, The First Researchers of the Slovene Mountains and the First Documented Climbs on Them;
  • Mariann Nagy, The regional structure of the Hungarian agriculture in the beginning of the 20th century;
  • Kornelija Ajlec, Yugoslav Refugees in Egypt and Their Political Affiliation in the 1943–1946 Period;
  • Srđan Milošević, The Interpretation of the past in the act on rehabilitation of Prince Paul Karađorđević;
  • Mateja Ratej, Beginnings of Political Pluralism in Post-Yugoslav Slovenia: The Question of Political Succession of the Slovenian People's Party Led by Anton Korošec.

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Historical Review, 2013 1-2

Historical Review, 2013 1-2

In this issue of Historical Review:

  • Monique O'Connell, Posamezniki, družine in država v imperijih zgodnjega novega veka. Primer beneškega Stata da Mar;
  • Miha Potočnik, Valvasor's Attachment toward the End of His Life to Some of His Books;
  • Alojz Cindrič, Female Students from Carniola at the University of Vienna between 1897 and 1918;
  • Irena Selišnik, Political Rallies in Carniola between 1900 and 1913 and Power Relations: "If We Want to Win We Have to Instruct People in Political Rallies …";
  • Žarko Lazarević, Society and Economy in the Period between WWI and WWII: The Level of Modernization;
  • Nevenka Hacin, The Impact of Social and Dwelling Conditions on the Lives of Children from Zasavje in the First Half of the 20th Century, Bojan Godeša, Political Activities of Dr. Grigorij Rožman, Bishop of Ljubljana, during the First Months of the Fascist Occupation;
  • Staša Ivanec, Children and Adolescents with Physical and Mental Disabilities in Slovene Legal Documents (1958–1980); Peter Pirker, Agenti SOE v Avstriji. Preganjanje, povojna integracija in spomin.

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Historical Review, 2012 3-4

Historical Review, 2012 3-4

The latest issue of Historical Review includes following studies:

  • Marina Zorman, Ideological and Linguistic Reform among the Hittites in the Second Half of the 13th Century B.C.;
  • Marko Snoj in Marc L. Greenberg, On the Language of the Medieval Slavic Population in the Area between the Danube and the Adriatic (from a Linguistic Perspective);
  • Peter Štih, The Enthronement of the Dukes of Carinthia between History and Imagination: Issues of Its Tradition, Development, and Course, and its Perception by the Slovenes;
  • James Shedel, Imperial Civics: Three Emperors and the »Pursuit of Happiness«;
  • Senta Jaunig, Zvonka Zupanič Slavec, Tuberculosis: The Disease of the People, Workers, and Peasants;
  • Aleš Skřivan, Jr., On the Character and Role of the Foreign Trade in the Newly Founded Czechoslovakia.

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Aida Škoro Babić, Mateja Jeraj, Matevž Košir, Bojan Balkovec (ed.), Zgodovina otroštva [History of Chilhood]

Zgodovina otroštva / History of Childhood

In the publication are more than 40 contributions in Slovenian and foreign languages on various aspects of the history of childhood from the Middle Ages to the present.

ISBN 978-961-6777-12-4, Language: Slovenian, English, Bosnian, Serbian, Italian; 746 Pages, Illustrated

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Historical Review, 2012 1-2

Historical Review, 2012 1-2

The latest issue of Historical Review includes following studies:

  • Tomaž Lazar, Late Medieval Armory at the Škofja Loka Castle: New Findings based on Terminological Analysis; Boris Golec, Valvasor's Unknown Offspring up to the Present (Part 3);
  • Robin Okey, Religion, Language and Nationality: The Case of Modern Wales; Mateja Ratej, Josip Hohnjec, the Principled Activist for the Revision of the Vidovdan Constitution at the National Assembly during the 1921–1925 Period;
  • Goranka Kreačič, Accounts. Brothers Jože and Dr. Anton Krošl;
  • Osman Keskiner and Mehmet Yavuz Erler, Otomanski migranti v Ameriko in njihova usoda v tržaškem in reškem pristanišču (1896–1914).

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Herwig Wolfram, Conversio Bagoariorum et Carantanorum - Das Weißbuch der Salzburger Kirche über die erfolgreiche Mission in Karantanien und Pannonien mit Zusätzen und Ergänzungen

Herwig Wolfram: Conversio Bagoariorum et Carantanorum

Thirty-three years after its first release, the notable Austrian historian once again investigated The Conversio Bagoariorum et Carantanorum, furnished it with a new commentary and an annotated edition of the letter written in 900 A.D. by Theotmar, the archbishop of Salzburg, and added four papers on the history of the Carolingian Southeast. Since this new book is intended for scholars interested in the Early Medieval history who work in the territory spanning from Slovakia in the north to Croatia, and from Germany in the west to Hungary, it is written in the German language.

ISBN 978-3-7086-0672-9 (Hermagoras), Language: German, Latin; 419 Pages, Illustrated

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Bojan Balkovec, "Vsi na noge, vsi na plan, da bo zmaga čim sijajnejša" Volilna teorija in praksa v prvi jugoslovanski državi ["All Arise, All Come Forward, Help Us Achieve a Glorious Victory!": The Theory and Practice of Elections in the first State of Yugoslavia]

The Theory and Practice of Elections in the first State of Yugoslavia

Bojan Balkovec's book analyzes electoral systems, election campaigns and propaganda, and election returns in Slovenia in the period between the First and the Second World Wars.

ISBN 978-961-6777-11-7, Language: Slovenian; 324 Pages, Illustrated.

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Historical Review, 2011 3-4

Urban Elites in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Times between the Alps, the Adriatic and the Panonian Plain

The latest issue of Historical Review includes following studies:

  • Matjaž Bizjak, Das Gallenberger Urkundenarchiv und die Familiengenealogie;
  • Boris Golec, Valvasor's Unknown Offspring up to the Present (Part 2);
  • Avgust Lešnik, Communist and Social Democratic Internationals during the 1919–1920 Period and Their Opposite Views of the Socialist Political System;
  • Miroslav Stiplovšek, Social Work of Rudolf Golouh and Albin Prepeluh in the Provincial Council of the Drava Province between 1931 and 1935;
  • Aleš Gabrič, Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts during the Political Changes of the First Decade of Its Existence;
  • Aleksander Lorenčič, A Break with the Old and the Beginning of Something New: Slovene Economy during the Period of Transition from Socialism to Capitalism

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Janez Mlinar, Bojan Balkovec (eds.), Mestna elite v srednjem in zgodnjem novem veku med Alpami, Jadranom in Panonsko nižino [Urban Elites in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Times between the Alps, the Adriatic and the Panonian Plain]

Urban Elites in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Times between the Alps, the Adriatic and the Panonian Plain

Book brings 18 discussions on various aspects of urban elites in the middle Ages. The authors present findings on the development, characteristics and the role of elites in the cities in the region between the Alps, the Adiatic and the Pannonian Plain.

ISBN 978-961-6777-09-4, Language: Slovenian, German, Italian, English, Croatian; 472 Pages, Illustrated

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Historica Review, 2011 1-2

Illyrian History

The latest issue of Historical Review includes following studies:

  • Peter Štih, Slavic, Alpine Alavic, or Alovene? A Historian's Perspective on the Language of the Medieval Slavic Population Living in the Area between the Danube and the Adriatic;
  • Stanislav Južnič, Student years of the Philosopher Karpe;
  • Vladislav B. Diplomatske priprave srbske kneževine na ustanovitev Prve balkanske zveze v obdobju med 1861 in 1864;
  • Andrej Rahten, The Genesis of the Party of Prince Bishop in Kranjska. The Question of the Triple Candidacy for the 1896 By-Election to the National Assembly;
  • Gašper Mithans, Preparations for the Yugoslav Concordat and the Concordat crisis of 1937;
  • Viljenka Škorjanec, Methods Applied by Italian Authorities in the Process of Releasing Slovene Prisoners from Italian Concentration Camps

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Marjeta Šašel Kos, Rimsko osvajanje zahodnega Balkana. Ilirik v Apijanovi Ilirski zgodovini [Illyrian History]

Illyrian History

Illyrian History, written by Greek historian Appian of Alexandria in the 2nd century A.D., is the only antique history of Illyricum that has been preserved to the present. The book focuses on warfare and subsequent devastations, a subject which unfortunately still resonates in the Balkans. During the period of the Roman Empire, Illyricum comprised, in addition to Dalmatian and Pannonian regions, mainly the area of West Balkans. In his text, Appian also refers to the area of present-day Slovenia, thus contributing additional knowledge on the subject that is of considerable interest to historians and archaeologists.

ISBN 978-961-6777-08-7, Language: Slovenian; 300 Pages, Illustrated.

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Rajko Bratož, Grška zgodovina [Greek History]

Greek History

The third edition of the Greek History (Grška zgodovina), written by Rajko Bratuž, came out in December 2010, seven years after the second edition. It is furnished with additional data on the latest findings on the subject that had been published in Slovene as well as other languages.

ISBN 978-961-6777-07-0 (Zveza zgodovinskih društev Slovenije), Language: Slovenian; 321 Pages, Illustrated.

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Historica Review, 2010 3-4

Historica Review. 2010 3-4

The latest issue of Historical Review includes following studies:

  • Mojca Kovačič Dadić, "One Has to Live and Die with Him, Regardless of What He's Like!" Education and Upbringing of Noble Ladies in Medieval Towns;
  • Klemen Pust, "For the Redemption of Poor Slaves, Our Subjects": Rescuing the Venetians from the Ottoman Slavery and the Ottomans from the Slavery of the Venetians in 16th-Century East Adriatic;
  • Stanislav Južnič, Hallerstein of Carniola Brought the Light of Knowledge to the Chinese;
  • Gerhard Deissl, Bergbauversuche der Vordernberger Radmeister in der slowenischen Steiermark (in German);
  • Mateja Ratej, Ivan Šusteršič and the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes

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Peter Štih, Bojan Balkovec (eds.), Migracije in slovenski prostor od antike do danes [Migrations and the Area of Present-Day Slovenia from the Antiquity to the Present]

Migrations and the Area of Present-Day Slovenia from the Antiquity to the Present

Vol. 39 of the Historical Review Book Collection is titled Migrations and the Area of Present-Day Slovenia from the Antiquity to the Present. It contains 42 articles that investigate this topic in different time periods and from different perspectives.

ISBN 978-961-6777-05-6: Language: Slovenian; 321 Pages, Illustrated

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Historical Review 2010, 1-2

Historica Review 2010, 1-2

The latest issue of Historical Review includes following studies:

  • Pre-urban or early urban settlements? (Civitas Petouia, Carnium/Creina and other non-agrarian central settlements in the early Middle ages). Part II by Miha Kosi;
  • Zur herkunft sowie zur verbreitung der verehrung des hl. Lambert von Lüttich / sv. Lambert in Slowenien (in German) by Robert Svetina;
  • Postojna castle in 1508 and the ?Leviades? Maximillians by Primož Simoniti;
  • Traffic routes in Illyrian Provinces: integration strategies for a divided strategic area by Aurelie Fertil;
  • Was the 19th-century Process of the Formation of the Slovene nation truly a Mere continuation of the Millenary Slovene continuity? by Jernej Kosi;
  • Modern Macedonian myth as a response to the national myths of the neighbors (Albanian panillyrism, Greek panhellenism and Bulgarian panthracism) (in Serbian) by Nade Proeva.

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Borut Batagelj, Izum smučarske tradicije: kulturna zgodovina smučanja na Slovenskem do leta 1941 [An Invention of Skiing Tradition: A Cultural History of Skiing in Slovenia Prior to 1941]

Ovitek Batagelj

Volume 38 of the Historical Review Collection, written by Borut Batagelj, is titled An Invention of Skiing Tradition: A Cultural History of Skiing in Slovenia Prior to 1941. Discussing different aspects of skiing in Slovenia in the period before the Second World War, the text represents the very first review of skiing history written by a historian.

ISBN 978-961-6777-04-9 Language: Slovenian; 512 Pages, Illustrated

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Historical Review 2009, 3-4

Historical Review 2009, 3-4

The latest issue of Historical Review includes following studies:

  • Jews of Medieval »Slovenia« until the expulsions of 1496–1515 by Klemen Jelinčič Boeta (in English),
  • Counterintelligence and Signal Organization of the Venetian Republic in Eastern Mediterranean in 1499 by Klemen Pust;
  • Russian Prisoners of War in the Territory of the Republic of Slovenia between 1914 and 1918 by Jasna Fischer,
  • Candidates in the elections to the Yugoslav National Assembly in the Period between WWI and WWII by Bojan Balkovec,
  • Eugenics in Slovenia from the Perspective of Gender by Ana Cergol,
  • The Multi-Party Elections in Serbia in 1990 by Vladislav B. Sotirovic(in English),
  • Revision and Prospects of New Vistas: An Opportunity for a »Different« Kind of History? by Bojan Godeša.

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Branko Marušič, Mejačevi iz Komende [The Mejačs from Komenda]

Rimska zgodovina

Volume 37 of Historical Review Collection is a chronicle of the Mejač family written by Branko Marušič describes history of the Komenda family whose members played interesting and important roles in the 20th century.

ISBN 978-961-6777-02-5 Language: Slovenian; 220 Pages, Illustrated

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Historical Review 2009, 1-2

Historical Review 2009, 1-2

The latest issue of Historical Reiew brings:

  • Theodosius' War with the Goths by Alenka Cedilnik,
  • The Church of Istria from Justinian's Condemnation of the Three Chapters to the Outburst of the Schism by Miloš Fon,
  • Gregorian Calendar Reform in the Era of Primož Trubar by Stanislav Južnič,
  • "You Can Keep Your Two Chairs!" Levstik's Satirical Newspaper Pavliha by Damir Globočnik,
  • Slovene Women and the National Movement in Slovene Printed Mass Media in the 19th Century by Katja Mihurko Poniž
  • and finally a contribution published in English entitled Economic development of Slovakia at the background of the economic integration and disintegration process of Central Europe in 1867–1945 by Ľudovít Hallon.

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