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Teharje Ceremony Remembers Post-WWII Killings

Teharje, 7 October - The need to preserve the memory of those killed and secure proper burial for them, but also fear that Slovenians need to live among "neo-Bolsheviks" were expressed at Teharje on Sunday, as a traditional ceremony commemorated the victims of post-WWII summary killings at the main national post-war killings memorial.

Teharje
Traditional ceremony at Teharje Memorial Park, commemorates the victims of post-WWII summary killings.
Presidential candidate Milan Zver and New Slovenia (NSi) head Ljudmila Novak.
Photo: Lili Pušnik/STA

Teharje
Traditional ceremony at Teharje Memorial Park, commemorates the victims of post-WWII summary killings.
Mass celebrated by retired Koper Bishop Metog Pirih.
Photo: Lili Pušnik/STA

Teharje
Traditional ceremony at Teharje Memorial Park, commemorates the victims of post-WWII summary killings.
New Slovenia (NSi) head Ljudmila Novak.
Photo: Lili Pušnik/STA

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