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Zagorka Golubović: Pouke i dileme minulog veka. Beograd, Izdavačko preduzeće Filip Višnjić, 2006, pp. 295
Avgust Lešnik, 2009, review, book review, critique

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Keywords: kulturna antropologija, knjižne ocene
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 1501; Downloads: 13
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Vida Sruk: Človek, odtujen v množico. Družbenokulturni diskurz Joséja Ortege Y Gasseta. Maribor, Slavistično društvo, 2007, 206 str.
Avgust Lešnik, 2008, review, book review, critique

Abstract: Vida Sruk: Človek, odtujen v množico. Družbenokulturni diskurz Joséja Ortege Y Gasseta
Found in: osebi
Keywords: sociologija kulture, družba, knjižne ocene
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 2180; Downloads: 14
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Rudolf Golouh (1887-1982) v ognju socialnih idej in gibanj
Avgust Lešnik, 2007, other component parts

Abstract: Rudolf Golouh (1887-1982) v ognju socialnih idej in gibanj. Spominski zapis ob 120-letnici rojstva in 25-letnici smrti
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Les volontaires yougoslaves/slovènes dans la guerre civile espagnole (1936-1939)
Avgust Lešnik, 2007, original scientific article

Abstract: This paper discusses the social structural analysis of Yugoslav volunteers (age, occupation, sex, political affiliation, nationality, etc.) and includes a new list of their names. The list has been supplemented since 1971 (1664 persons) and includes 1912 persons of 'Yugoslav' origin. It is based on new international research adding the names of previously disregarded 'Yugoslav' Spanish volunteers from the following categories: 1. economical migrants from 'Yugoslav' countries, immigrating before WWI or between WWI and WWII; 2. political emigrants from Yugoslavia between WWI and WWII and after WWII; 3. Slovenes and Croatians from the Julian March (Julijska krajina/Venezia Giulia), annexed by the Faschist Italy after WWI; 4. Slovenes from parts of Carynthia and Styria, assigned to the Republic of Austria; 5. Croatians from the Croatian coast, annexed by the Faschist Italy after WWIč 6: 'Yugoslav' Macedonians from Bulgaria and Greece. Specially marked in the list are the names of Slovene 'Yugoslav' volunteers (~550).
Found in: osebi
Keywords: guerre civile espagnole, volontaires, brigades internationales, parti communiste yougoslave
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 840; Downloads: 10
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