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  1. Slovenia's Transition: From Medieval Roots to the European Union by Bogomil Ferfila, 2010-07-16
  2. The Land Between: A History of Slovenia
  3. Slovenia 1945: Memories of Death and Survival after World War II by John Corsellis, Marcus Ferrar, 2010-10-15
  4. A brief history of Slovenia: Historical background of the Republic of Slovenia by Janko Prunk, 1994
  5. Historical Dictionary of Slovenia (Historical Dictionaries of Europe) by Leopoldina Plut-Pregelj, Carole Rogel, 2007-07-05
  6. Executive Report on Strategies in Slovenia, 2000 edition (Strategic Planning Series) by The Slovenia Research Group, The Slovenia Research Group, 2000-11-02
  7. Slovenia by Bogomil Ferfila, 2000-06-07
  8. Democratic Transition in Slovenia: Value Transformation, Education, and Media
  9. Twelfth-Century Cistercian Manuscripts: (Studies in Medieval and Early Renaissance Art History) by Nataa Golob, 1996-09
  10. Uncertain Path: Democratic Transition and Consolidation in Slovenia by Rudolf Martin Rizman, 2006-08-01
  11. History of Slovenia: Timeline of Slovenian History, Pannonia, Carantania, History of Styria, Free Territory of Trieste, Venetian Slovenia, Tigr
  12. Jewish Slovenian History: The Holocaust in Slovenia, History of the Jews in Slovenia, Erwin Rösener, Maribor Synagogue
  13. Natural History of Slovenia: 1895 Ljubljana Earthquake, the Glory of the Duchy of Carniola, Troglohyphantes Spinipes, Troglohyphantes Gracilis
  14. Slovenia: Webster's Timeline History, 1200 BC - 1992 by Icon Group International, 2009-07-11

1. Slovenia History
The early Slovenes settled in the river valleys of the Danube Basin and the eastern Alps in the 6th century. In 748, Slovenia was brought under Germanic
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@import url('../../_themes/croatia/theme.css'); Slovenia History Home Fact book Lake Bled page The early Slovenes settled in the river valleys of the Danube Basin and the eastern Alps in the 6th century. In 748, Slovenia was brought under Germanic rule, first by the Frankish empire of the Carolingians, who converted the population to Christianity, and then as part of the Holy Roman Empire in the 9th century. The Austro-German monarchy took over in the early 14th century and continued to rule (as the Austrian Habsburg Empire from 1804) right up until 1918, with only one brief interruption. Over these six centuries, the upper classes became totally Germanized, though the peasantry retained their Slavic (later Slovenian) identity. In 1809, in a bid to isolate the Habsburg Empire from the Adriatic, Napoleon established the so-called Illyrian Provinces (Slovenia, Dalmatia and part of Croatia), making Ljubljana the capital. Though the Habsburgs returned in 1814, French reforms in education, law and public administration endured. The democratic revolution that swept Europe in 1848 also increased political and national consciousness among the Slovenes, and after WWI and the dissolution of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Slovenia was included in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.

2. Slovenia History
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Publish Date: March 2004 Conversations With Zizek (Conversations)
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Publish Date: December 1, 2003 Making a New Nation: The Formation of Slovenia
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ISBN: Format: Hardcover Publish Date: February 1, 1997 Yugoslavia : History of Its Demise AUTHOR: Viktor Meier ISBN: Format: Hardcover Publish Date: July 1999 Historical Dictionary of Slovenia AUTHOR: Leopoldina Plut-Pregelj ISBN: Format: Hardcover Publish Date: January 1996 Of Whom the World Was Not Worthy AUTHOR: Marie Chapian ISBN: Emergence of an Iron Age Economy: The Mecklenburg Grave Group from Hallstatt and Stiena (Bulletin / American School of Prehistoric Research) AUTHOR: Peter S. Wells ISBN: Format: Paperback Publish Date: September 1, 1981

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Slovenia, 1945 Memories of Death and Survival after World War II Marcus Ferrar 1850438404 December 2005 Hardcover Review A Times Literary Supplement Book of the Year, 2005!
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Oct 1996
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Book Description This volume of essays explores the historical, cultural, political, and economic origins of the drive for Slovenia's independence; the intellectuals, pacifists, punk rockers, feminists, and trade unionists who created the social movements of the Slovene Spring; and the prospects for this new nation in central Europe. 10 X 10_2: 100 Architects, 10 Critics Alberto Campo Baeza April 2005 Hardcover Book Review Slovenia Tamra Orr March 2004 Library Binding Conversations With Zizek (Conversations) Slavoj Zizek, Glyn Daly December 2003 Paperback Book Description Caporetto 1917 Mario Morselli Sept 2001 Hardcover Book Description The Battle of Caporetto in October 1917 was almost a catastrophic event for Italy. Eighty years after the event, this work reconsiders the meaning of that event in the wider framework of World War I. Following the Central Powers' breakthrough on the Isonzo front, there followed a huge collapse of the Italian army, which lost over half its men and material. Having suffered such losses, Italy was on the brink of total collapse. Yet, by December 1917, Italy had overcome the crisis and remained in the conflict. How did it manage to do this? For Mario Morselli, the answer lies in the poor performance of the Central Empire's military leadership after the initial success of the offensive. In the weeks following the breakthrough, the Austro-Hungarian and German generals proved unable to surmount a series of strategic...

4. History Of Slovenia - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The history of Slovenia chronicles the period from the 5th Century BC to the present times. In the Early Bronze Age, ProtoIllyrian tribes settled an area stretching from present-day
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History of Slovenia
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search History of Slovenia
This article is part of a series Noricum Pannonia Slavic settlement of the Eastern Alps ... e The history of Slovenia chronicles the period from the 5th Century BC to the present times. In the Early Bronze Age , Proto- Illyrian tribes settled an area stretching from present-day Albania to the city of Trieste . The Holy Roman Empire controlled the land for nearly 1,000 years. Modern-day Slovenia gained its independence from Yugoslavia in 1991, and is today a modern state and a member of the European Union and NATO
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In ancient times Celts and Illyrians inhabited the territory of present-day Slovenia . Also, the Adriatic Veneti were dwelling in northeastern Italy and parts of Slovenia. A well-developed Illyrian population existed as far north as the upper Sava valley in what is now Slovenia. Illyrian friezes discovered near the present-day Slovene city of Ljubljana depict ritual sacrifices, feasts, battles, sporting events, and other activities. The Roman Empire established its rule in the region in the 1st century, after 200 years of fighting with the local tribes. The most important ancient Roman cities in this area included: Celeia (now

5. Slovenians Slovenian State Carinthia Slovenia History War
Slovenians Slovenian State Carinthia Slovenia History War Economy.
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6. History
Historical timeline of the history of Slovenia.
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SLOVENE HISTORY
Before 7th century Slavs begin settling the valleys of the Sava, Drava and Mura rivers, and under pressure from the Avars, reach the shores of the Black Sea, Friuli plains, the Danube, Adriatic Sea and Lake Balaton. 7th century Western Slavic tribes form an alliance with the Slavic Duchy of Carantania with its centre in present day Austrian Carinthia. Carantania becomes a part of the Frankish empire. The Slavs convert to Christianity and gradually lose their independence. 869 to 874 Prince Kocelj briefly establishes an independent state of Slovenes in Lower Pannonia. 9th century Alongside the growing influence of Christianity the Slovenian language is increasingly used in religious services. The Freising Manuscripts, the oldest written records in the Slovenian language, originate from this period. 14th to 16th centuries The House of Habsburg extends its control over most of the Slovenian regions. Protestant Primoz Trubar publishes "Katekizem" (The Catechism), the first book written in the Slovenian language. Jurij Dalmatin translates the Bible into Slovenian. Adam Bohoric writes a Slovenian grammar book.

7. Slovenia: History, Geography, Government, And Culture — Infoplease.com
Information on Slovenia — geography, history, politics, government, economy, population statistics, culture, religion, languages, largest cities, as well as a map and the
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8. Slovenia History And Information
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9. Slovenia Culture Slovenia History
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10. Slovenia — History.com Articles, Video, Pictures And Facts
country in central Europe that was part of Yugoslavia for most of the 20th century. Slovenia is a small but topographically diverse country made up of portions of four major
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11. Timeline Of Slovenian History - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
This is a timeline of key events in the history of Slovenia, both of the Slovenes and the other ethnicities who once lived or do live on Slovene ethnic territory or in the
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Timeline of Slovenian history
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This is a timeline of key events in the history of Slovenia , both of the Slovenes and the other ethnicities who once lived or do live on Slovene ethnic territory or in the geographical vicinity of Slovenia History of Slovenia
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  • Circa 1200 BC - the Danubian culture (inland) and the Terramare culture (along the coast) includes lands that are now part of Slovenia. The Adriatic Veneti are dwelling in northeastern Italy and parts of Slovenia. A well-developed Illyrian population exists as far north as the upper Sava valley in what is now Slovenia. Illyrian friezes discovered near the present-day Slovene city of Ljubljana depict ritual sacrifices, feasts, battles, sporting events, and other activities. The Adriatic Veneti are not to be confused with the Vistula Veneti Celtic peoples settle in the area of modern Slovenia. Their legacy is attested in geographic names, such as place names Bohinj , Tuhinj and river names Sava Savinja and Drava Circa 250 BC - The Celtic La Tène culture comes to the territories of modern Slovenia, replacing the

12. SLOVENA LJUBLJANA
Slavic ancestors of the presentday Slovenes settled in the area in the 6th century. The Slavic principality Carantania was formed in the 7th century.
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13. Slovenia History | IExplore
Settled in four distinct areas (Styria, Carniola, Carinthia and Gorizia) since the fifth century, Slovenia was later variously dominated by the Bavarians, the Frankish Empire
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14. Overview Of Slovenia: History - Slovenia Travel Guide - IGuide
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iGuide Europe Central Europe Slovenia Overview History Slavic ancestors of Slovenians came from eastern parts of Europe and inhabited territory north of present Slovenian territory in the 6th century AD. They established a state called Caranthania ( Karantanija in Slovene), which was an early example of parliamentary democracy in Europe. The ruler ( knez in Slovene) was elected by popular vote. The Caranthanians were later defeated by Bavarians and Franks, who subjugated them. They were christianized, but they preserved many rituals of their pagan religion, and above all, they preserved their native language. The Slovene lands were part of the Holy Roman Empire and Austria under the Habsburg dynasty until 1918, when the Slovenes joined the Serbs and Croats in forming a new south-Slavic state ruled by Serbian Karađorđević dynasty called the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenians
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15. A BRIEF HISTORY OF SLOVENIA
A speech by Stane Granda, summarizing the history of Slovenia.
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A BRIEF HISTORY OF SLOVENIA by Stane Granda Ladies and gentlemen, respected colleagues, Welcome to the country which until 1918 was not on maps, was not an administrative entity, and was not in history. Terminologically Slovenia means the Land of Slavs, and it borders the non-Slavic world. Slovenes are the most western Slavs in Europe they border Roman, German and Hungarian neighbors. Slovenia is a state of Slovenes along with two minorities, Italian and Hungarian; while Slovenes also live as indigenous inhabitants of Italy, Austria, and Hungary. Many Slovenes live as immigrants in foreign countries, and Cleveland Ohio, USA, was until recently known as one of the cities with the largest number of Slovenian inhabitants. The most cohesive and nationally conscious group lives in Argentina. This group of Slovenes are those who fled their homes out of fear of communism after the Second World War. For an understanding of the cultural development of the Slovenian territory it is important to keep in mind the fact that it belongs to two basic cultures: the Mediterranean as to a land of rock and an interior where there is an preponderance of timber. Their durability is different and for an understanding of cultural development this is exceptionally important. Because of its exceptionally important strategic position, and regarding the fact the main roads for commerce from middle and southeastern Europe and from the Italian area to the Balkans and the Pannonian lowland coursed across the Slovenian territory, it is understandable that this region was populated very early. Regarding material traces the most precious find up to now from the pre-metal age is a neanderthal tibia; this find completely shook previous beliefs about the intellectual capacity of neanderthals. As to written sources the earliest mention of our territory is connected with the tale of Argonauts searching for links to the northern Adriatic through rivers which are in present-day Slovenia.

16. Slovenia History And Heritage
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17. History Of Slovenia - Lonely Planet Travel Information
Slovenes can make a credible claim to have invented democracy. By the early 7th century their Slavic forebears had founded the Duchy of Carantania (Karantanija), based at Krn
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18. AllRefer.com - Slovenia : History, Former Yugoslavia (Former Yugoslavian Politic
AllRefer.com reference and encyclopedia resource provides complete information on Slovenia History, Former Yugoslavian Political Geography. Includes related research links.
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Related Category: Former Yugoslavian Political Geography Slovenia [sl O v E E u Pronunciation Key History In ancient times the region was inhabited by the Illyrian and Celtic tribes. In the 1st cent. B.C. they fell under the Roman provinces of Pannonia and Noricum. The region was settled in the 6th cent. A.D. by the South Slavs, who set up the early Slav state of Samo, which in 788 passed to the Franks. At the division of Charlemagne's empire (843) the region passed to the dukes of Bavaria. In 1335, Carinthia and Carniola passed to the Hapsburgs. From that time until 1918 Slovenia was part of Austria and the region was largely comprised in the Austrian crownlands of Carinthia Carniola , and Styria . In 1918, Slovenia was included in the kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes (called Yugoslavia after 1929), and in 1919 Austria formally ceded the region by the Treaty of Saint-Germain. In World War II Slovenia was divided (1941) among Germany, Italy, and Hungary. After the war, Slovenia was made (1945) a constituent republic of Yugoslavia and received part of the former Italian region of Venezia Giulia. In early 1990, Slovenia elected a non-Communist government and stepped up its demands for greater autonomy with the threat of possible secession. In Feb., 1991, the Slovenian parliament ruled that Slovenian law took precedence over federal law. Slovenia declared independence on June 25, and federal troops moved in, but after some fighting withdrew by July. Slovenia, along with Croatia, was recognized as an independent country by the European Community and the United Nations in 1992. Milan Kucan was elected president of Slovenia in 1990 and continued as president of the independent republic; he was reelected in Nov., 1997. In 2002, Janez Drnovsek, a Liberal Democrat, was elected president after a runoff election; Drnovsek had been the country's prime minister.

19. Slovenia: Introduction To Slovenia: History
From Prehistoric Times to the Celts Slovene territory was inhabited in prehistoric times and there is evidence of human habitation around 250,000 years ago. Perhaps the most
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Home How to use this site Subscription Visiting Arts ... Sitemap Visiting Arts Slovenia Cultural Profiles Project Cultural Profile You are here: Welcome to the Slovenia Cultural Profile Introduction to Slovenia Search Welcome to the Slovenia Cultural Profile ... Next Introduction to Slovenia: Introduction Geography and topography History Government ... Education History From Prehistoric Times to the Celts Slovene territory was inhabited in prehistoric times and there is evidence of human habitation around 250,000 years ago. Perhaps the most important find is a flute discovered in Divje babe above the Idrija valley, dating from the Wurm glacial age when the area was inhabited by Neanderthals. In the 4th and 3rd centuries BCE, present-day Slovenia was occupied by Celtic tribes. They formed the first state, called Noricum. The names of many present places (Bohinj, Tuhinj) date from this time, as well as the names of rivers (the Sava, the Savinja, the Drava). Noricum was annexed by the Roman Empire around 10 BCE. The Carantania duchy In the mid 8th century Carantania became a vassal duchy under the rule of the Bavarians, who began spreading Christianity. Three decades later Carantanians together with the Bavarians came under Frankish rule. At the beginning of the 9th century the Franks removed the fractious Carantanian princes, replacing them with their own border dukes. Consequently, the Frankish feudal system reached the Slovene territory.

20. Slovenia - History, Culture & Food - Download Lonely Planet Chapter
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