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TREASURY OF MEMORIES
Testimonies and legacy of time
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Anica Rahne

Anica Rahne (born Kožuh) was born in 1933 in Šujica (Dobrova near Ljubljana). There were nine children in the family. During the Italian occupation, the father and the oldest brother were sent to internment on the island of Rab and to other Italian camps. Two brothers disappeared in the post-war massacres and the father was imprisoned in Kočevje for four months after the War. Around that time, Anica learned to be a seamstress and got a job at the salon of Mrs. Škabar, a renowned fashion seamstress. The wives of Slovenian political figures, including Nada Vidmar and Pepca Kardelj, visited the salon. Anica recalls many shocking events from her parish that occurred during and after the War. Her optimism and deep faith helped her to survive life’s severe trials, from which she emerged richer and stronger.

Stane Žužek

There were fifteen children in the Žužek family, two of whom died immediately after birth. Four of the brothers joined the Jesuits, two of them later left. The father worked in the public administration and was an opponent of Communism. The family left Slovenia on 5 May 1945 thinking that they would return in fourteen days. They journeyed from Austria to various camps in Italy and on 5 May 1948, exactly three years after they left home, they sailed to Argentina to make a new life for themselves.

Ivan Žnidar

Ivan Žnidar was born in 1920 in Suhadole near Komenda. In March 1943, he was mobilised to the German Army. More precisely, he was sent to Germany for military training. After a fortnight, the mobilised were sent to Dijon in France, south of Paris, where they had military exercises. Then, they were sent back to Germany. He was supposed to go to the eastern front, but he asked for the leave that was due to him and so he went home instead. One night, he was visited by partisans and invited to join them. Ivan made an excuse saying he was not fit to be a soldier. He returned to Germany to his unit and was then sent to Greece. When the War ended, he surrendered to the Greek partisans, together with some French mobilised soldiers. After the arrival of the British, the boys were transported to Italy. He lived in several camps in southern Italy until he left for Argentina in 1948.

Tone Žagar

Tone Žagar was born in 1929 in Dvor pri Polhovem Gradcu. His father was killed by a bomb which was planted by the partisans in 1943. After his death, the family struggled to make ends meet. After the War, Tone and his sister emigrated to Austrian Carinthia. There, he met his brother Franc, who decided to return to Yugoslavia. France was killed in the post-war massacres. Tone remained in Austria, where he worked in a factory. He left for Argentina in 1949.

France Resnik

France Resnik was born in 1926 in Trebelno pri Palovčah. In August 1943, he was summoned to the Reich Labour Service for six months, then mobilised to the German Army and sent to the south of France, to the French Riviera, where he served as a guard. They were awaiting Allied fleet and holding military exercises. In August 1944, they crossed the Alps on foot in order to get to Italy. At the end of the War, he turned himself in to the Americans, together with two other Slovenian mobilised soldiers. They were sent to the Aversa camp near Naples. The number of Slovenian mobilised soldiers placed there was somewhere between 800 and 900. Like many Slovenians in Italian camps, he later moved to Argentina. He returned to Slovenia for the first time in 1970.

Anton Golež and Marija Milač Golež

Anton Golež was born in 1927 in Ljubljana. When he was a secondary-school student, he joined a Home Guard unit, graduated during the War, fled to Viktring in Carinthia, was returned and imprisoned in concentration camps, first in Kranj and later in Šentvid pri Ljubljani. As he was a minor, he was granted amnesty in August 1945. Later, he got employed, but the authorities did not validate his graduation for another two years. After the War, he met Marja Milač in Ljubljana. They married and had a family.

Marija Milač was born in 1929 in Prevalje and spent her childhood there. Then the family moved to Dravograd, where the father was the head of the municipal administration. Marija fled to Ljubljana as a 12-year-old girl during the German invasion of Yugoslavia. Maria’s brothers, who were secondary-school students at the time, were already staying in Ljubljana. Fearing the German occupation, other family members joined them as well. After the War, Marija fled to Carinthia. She stayed in the Viktring camp, together with her brother Metod. Her brother Ciril was repatriated and murdered by the Communist authorities. After the War, Marija returned to Slovenia and graduated from the Academy of Music.

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