The A to Z of Slovenia
For more than 1,300 years Slovenes had lived in Eastern Europe without having a separate Slovene state, but in December of 1990, they voted for independence, or, put more appropriately, for "disassociation" from Yugoslavia. Unfortunately, Slovenia had to fight for its independence, which it did not fully achieve until 1995 after its bloody disintegration with Yugoslavia was over. Since independence, however, Slovenia has prospered; its economy is far ahead of other former communist states and in 2004 Slovenia acceded to both NATO and the European Union, the only republic of former Yugoslavia to do so. The A to Z of Slovenia covers the history of Slovenia and its struggle to gain independence from communism. This is done through a detailed chronology, an introduction, appendixes, a bibliography, and hundreds of cross-referenced dictionary entries on some of the more significant persons, places, and events; institutions and organizations; and political, economic, social, cultural, and religious facets.
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19th century active Anton areas Assembly Austria became began Belgrade Carinthia Catholic Church Celje Central coalition Communist Party constitution cooperation Council Croatia Croats cultural Democratic Party Demos early economic election emigrants established Europe European Union federal ﬁlm ﬁnanced ﬁnancial ﬁrst Slovene ﬁve foreign German groups Habsburg Hungary important independence industrial inﬂuenced institutions Italian Italy Ivan Janez Karantania Kardelj Koper late League of Communists Liberation Maribor Novo Mesto ofﬁcial organized parliament Partisans Party of Slovenia percent political Prekmurje president Primorska production Ptuj published reforms region religious Republic of Slovenia SAWP schools self-management Serbia Serbs Slavs Slovene lands Slovene language Slovene National Slovene People’s Party Slovenska Socialist society South Slavs stranka Ten-Day War territory theater tion town trade Treaty Trieste United United Slovenia University of Ljubljana vene Vienna Women’s workers World World War II Yugoslav Zveza