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Anglo-ameriška poročila o delovanju OZNE v Julijski krajini in večjih italijanskih mestih od konca vojne do leta 1947
Blaž Torkar, 2007, original scientific article

Abstract: The article presents the Anglo-American views and information on the operations of OZNA (Department for the Protection of People) in Italy, where agents had been sent by the organiyation's predecessors as early as 1943. The author analyzed the files of the British ministry of defence, focusing on counter-intelligence data of the supreme headquarters of the allied forces. From the end of the war through 1947, OZNA developed an efficient intelligence network in all larger Italian towns, in particular in the region of Venezia Giulia and the town of Trieste. Its operations were mostly concealed within numerous organizations, institutions, and associations, while its main aim was to prevent the intelligence gathering and interventionist operations of Yugoslav dissidents and western intelligence operations in Italy trying to undermine the new Yugoslav regime. The majority of suspected agents were said to be posing as traders, entrepreneurs, students, union workers, and secondary school teachers. In Venezia Giulia and Trieste the intense operations involved all OZNA sections, while its organizational structure was the equivalent of that in Yugoslavia. The Anglo-Americans divided the operations of OZNA in Italy into the northern, central, and southern areas, where mostly agents of the first section were active. The information of the allies was frequently based on scarce data and misguided perceptions of OZNA operations. The Anglo-American reports came to the conclusion that the operations of OZNA in Italy, with the exception of those in Venezia Giulia, did not pose a threat to their influence.
Found in: osebi
Keywords: obveščevalna dejavnost, protiobveščevalna dejavnost, OZNA, CIC, hladna vojna, Julijska krajina
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 1264; Downloads: 12
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Vojaško urjenje slovenskih pripadnikov misij Special Operations Executive (SOE) med leti 1941 in 1945
Blaž Torkar, 2006, original scientific article

Abstract: The Special Operations Executive (SOE) established a high-quality recruitment process and a four-level training system, both of which underwent numerous modifications during the war depending on the areas where SOE's agents were being trained. Usually, the training system consisted of preliminary, paramilitary, final and special training, inherited from the system used in Britain. Seeing that the demand for agents in the Balkans was too large, the SOE had to abandon the severe selection procedures for joining the programmes that it otherwise employed in the Near East. The Slovenes were trained together with the members of other Balkan nations at an overseas school in the Near East called Special Training School 102 (STS 102), whose syllabus differed from its classic counterpart followed in Britain. The candidates took three-month radiotelegraphy and paramilitary (raiding and sabotage) courses, complemented by a compulsory parachute course, which was the condition for being allowed on a mission. During the time of the training candidates had their own dossier containing their personal information and theinstructors' reports on the progress of the candidate in individual learning subjects. Of all Slovene candidates attending the school in the Near East ten completed the SOE training and six of them were subsequently sent on missions to Slovenia. During the training the candidates lived in segregated groups arranged according to their nationalities. The groups were under British administration and the candidates received payment from the latter as well as the Yugoslav government. The Slovenes proved extremely reliable and useful members of the SOE, prompted to undergo the training by a great love of their country and the desire to lead it to freedom.
Found in: osebi
Keywords: rekrutacija, vojaško urjenje, diverzija, sabotaža, SOE, Kairo, Bližnji vzhod, Slovenci, Ivan Rudolf
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 1325; Downloads: 14
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