History of the Jews in Slovenia
The small Jewish community of Slovenia (Slovene: Judovska skupnost Slovenije) is estimated at 400 to 600 members, with the Jewish community of Slovenia suggesting 500 to 1000 members. Around 130 a...
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Dušan Šarotar
Dušan Šarotar (born 16 April 1968) is a Slovenian writer, essayist, literary critic and editor.Šarotar was born in the town of Murska Sobota in northeastern Slovenia. He studied sociology and philosop...
Katja Boh
Katja Boh (1929–2008) was a Slovenian sociologist, diplomat and politician.
She was born in a wealthy middle class family in Ljubljana, Kingdom of Yugoslavia (now the capital of Slovenia). Her fat...
Alexander Beliavsky
Alexander Genrikhovich Beliavsky (sometimes transliterated as Belyavsky; born December 17, 1953) is a Soviet, Ukrainian and Slovenian chess grandmaster.Beliavsky was born in Lviv, USSR, now Ukraine. H...
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Lendava Synagogue
Lendava Synagogue (Slovene: Sinagoga Lendava) is a former synagogue, currently a museum, is located in the small town of Lendava, Slovenia, close to the Hungarian border. It was built in the 18th ...
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Erwin Rösener
Erwin Friedrich Karl Rösener (2 February 1902 – 4 September 1946) was an SS-Obergruppenführer (General) who was responsible for mass executions of civilians in Slovenia and was posthumously on the ind...
Paul Parin
Paul Parin (20 September 1916 - 18 May 2009) was a Swiss psychoanalyst, author and ethnologist.He was born in Polzela (German: Heilenstein), near Celje, Slovenia, then part of the Austro-Hungarian...
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Maribor Synagogue
Maribor Synagogue (Slovene: Sinagoga Maribor) is a former synagogue and current museum in the city of Maribor, Slovenia. Located in what was the center of the medieval Maribor ghetto Židovska ulic...
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Lev Kreft
Lev Kreft, (born 15 September 1951) is a Slovenian politician, former Member of Parliament, editor, philosopher and sociologist.
He was elected into the first Parliament of the Republic of Sloveni...
List of South-East European Jews
Many of the Jews expelled from the Iberian Peninsula during the Spanish Inquisition settled in the Ottoman Empire, leaving behind, at the wake of Empire, large Sephardic communities in South-East Euro...
List of South-East European Jews - Wikipedia