Event (general): Opening to the public, 1991
After democratic changes in the Republic of Slovenia and the proclamation of Slovenian independence in 1991, the collection became open to the public without any formal restrictions. The collection, by its structure, represented opposition to the work that could not be printed in the country but was published in exile. Most of it is the work by Slovene anti-communist émigrés, although it also holds the work of other émigrés from the territory of the former Yugoslav state. It also has works of dissidents from the socialist period, among which are the most prominent are those by Milovan Đilas (interview with Janežič, Helena).
Ljubljana Turjaška ulica 1, Slovenia 1000
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Author(s) of this page
- Kljaić, Stipe
Janežić, Helena, interview by Kljaić, Stipe , May 24, 2018. COURAGE Registry Oral History Collection