The Slovene Lands Were Part Of The Austro-Hungarian Empire Until The Latter'S Dissolution At The End Of World War I In 1918, The Slovenes Joined The Serbs And Croats In Forming A New Multinational State, Which Was Named Yugoslavia In 1929
The history of Slovenia chronicles the period of the Slovene territory from the 5th
century BC to the present times. In the Early Bronze Age, Proto-Illyrian tribes ...
Information on Slovenia — geography, history, politics, government, economy,
population statistics, culture, religion, languages, largest cities, as well as a map
Slovenia is a young country by global standards, having been independent since
1991. The ancestors of the Slovenes were Slavs who migrated from the ...
Although last measured in 2002, only 57.8% of Slovenians reported to be Roman Catholic, while 22.8% declare no association with religion. Natural Wonders: Slovenia's
countryside has often been compared to that of Austria's, and green rolling hills, pastureland, mountai... More »
A speech by Stane Granda, summarizing the history of Slovenia.
Oct 29, 2014 ... For most of its history, Slovenia was largely controlled by the Habsburgs of
Austria, who ruled the Holy Roman Empire and its successor states, ...
The State of Karantanija (7th to 11th century: The Duchy of Carantania, the oldest
known independent Slavonic tribal union in this region) - enthronement of ...
Jan 12, 2012 ... 1991 - Slovenia, along with Croatia, declares its independence. The Yugoslav
federal army .... by BBC Monitoring. Yugoslavia history file ...
A brief history of Slovenia from Ancient Times to Today.