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Resolutions for the Annexation of the Slovenian Littoral and Istria to Yugoslavia
From the end of the Second World War until the signing of the Paris Treaty of Peace with Italy (Februar 1947), resolutions demanding the annexation of the Slovenian Littoral, Trieste and Istria to Yugoslavia were being gathered across Venezia Giulia and in Slovenia. Richly illustrated and addressed to participating countries and their diplomats, the resolutions were written mostly in the Slovene language, a considerable number of them also in Italian and in some of the languages of the addressees. More...