Repe: For Many, End of WWII Brought no Lasting Peace

Ljubljana, 7 May - The end of WWII did not bring lasting peace. For many nations, including Slovenians, it brought liberation and at least a partial achievement of national goals, but for many the war extended into a decade-long struggle for independence from the forces of the erstwhile anti-Fascist coalition, historian Bozo Repe said in an interview for STA.

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