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Slovenian Genealogy

When the wheel of time turns back until 1612

Most people are interested in where they are from, who their ancestors are: and it is extremely interesting to know their names. After all, it is a living contact with history. In such old records we feel the spirit of those times, inadvertently we have thousands of questions: how did people think then, what was their language, how did they break through everyday […]

Slovenian Genealogy

Slovenian hero from Šembid

As part of the Šembid Spring event, a book about Ivan Rudolf on the occasion of the 120th anniversary of his birth was presented in the parish church in Podnanos. The collection was published by the Museum of Recent History of Slovenia with contributions from twenty authors and the presentation of documentary and photographic material. Several authors of the proceedings attended the event. Very professionally and pleasantly, the presentation of the proceedings was connected and led by his […]

Slovenian Genealogy

Ivan Rudolf, anniversary of the birth of the important Vipavac

The Museum of Recent History of Slovenia has published and published a collection on the occasion of the 120th anniversary of the birth of Ivan Rudolf (1898–1962). Ivan Rudolf was one of the central Liberal nationalists of the Littoral, who dedicated his life between Primorska, Ljubljana, the Middle East and Africa to anti-fascist and anti-Nazi activities between the two world wars and during the Second World War. He did a unique job in African […]

Slovenian Genealogy

On the history of Vipava in Ljubljana

The Slovenian Genealogical Society is organizing an evening with a presentation of the history of Vipava, more precisely about the history of the villages of Stomaž and Skrilje. History professor Tino Mamić will talk about interesting events from the rich past. Namely, he will present his long-term research of genera under Čavno. In words and pictures he will describe the history of the villages and their inhabitants. How were they also related to the pre-Slavic [[]