Slovinci a habsburská monarchie (1848-1918)
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SLOVENIANS AND THE HABSBURG MONARCHY 1848-1918
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This study focuses on the political history of Slovenians from 1848 to 1918. During the 'Spring of Nations' in 1848, Slovenians, formulated their first national and political program, the goal of which was to eliminate the existing political and administrative fragmentation of Slovenian ethnic groups within the monarchy and enforce the national equality of Slovenians. The set of national demands became known as United Slovenia ('Zedinjena Slovenija' in the original). However, it took seven decades before the Slovenians succeeded in fulfilling their national, emancipatory and liberation efforts. Study analyses and evaluates national and political programs of the main Slovenian political parties and groups from the second half of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century (Slovenian clericalists, liberals and social democrats). The study attempts to answer the question‚'why Slovenians, which believed in the usefulness or even the necessity to preserve the Habsburg Monarchy, were one of the most active promoters of the establishment of a joint state of Yugoslavia among Austro-Hungarian Southern Slavs at the end of the war.'
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