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Carinthia (Slovenia)


  • Here are entered works on the portion of Carinthia ceded to Yugoslavia after World War I, now a region of Slovenia.
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    • Koroška (Slovenia)
    • Slovene Carinthia (Slovenia)
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  • Sources

    • found: Work cat.: Slovenska Štajerska in jugoslovanski del Koroške do leta 1500, 1986.
    • found: Plut-Pregelj, L. Historical dict. of Slovenia, 1996(Carinthia, region of Republic of Slovenia/Koroška, bordering on Austria, Slovene Carinthia, 1041 sq. km., pop. of 75,000, includes towns of Dravograd, Radlje ob Dravi, Ravne na Koros̄kem, and Slovenj Gradec; Carinthia was part of the former Habsburg duchy of Carinthia, which was divided among Austria, Italy, and Yugoslavia after the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Empire)
    • found: Atlas Slovenije, 1986:p. 252 (two small pieces of Koroška stayed within the borders of Slovenia--Jezersko and Mežiška dolina)
    • found: Barker, T. Social revolutionaries and secret agents, 1990:t.p. (Carinthian Slovene partisans) p. 7 (book covers Carinthia "as in Habsburg times," including Seeland and Miesstal) p. 241 (Meža valley (Koroško, Yugoslav Carinthia))
    • found: Koroška on-line WWW home page, Apr. 16, 1999(lists links to the following townships (občine): Dravograd, Črna na Koroškem, Prevalje, Ravne na Koroškem, Slovenj Gradec, Radlje ob Dravi, Mežica, Vuzenica, Mislinja, Ribnica Podvelka, Muta)
    • found: Ribicic, C. For regionalism and a Chamber of Regions, via WWW, Apr. 16, 1999(proposal to the National Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia to change the constitution and officially recognize regions as political entities; one of the proposed regions is Koroska)
    • notfound: Pergamon world atlas;GEOnet, Apr. 16, 1999;Mali atlas Slovenije, 1995
  • General Notes

    • Here are entered works on the portion of Carinthia ceded to Yugoslavia after World War I, now a region of Slovenia.
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    • 1988-05-31: new
    • 2000-07-24: revised
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