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Odnos do žrtev na domobranski strani na primeru spomina na pesnika Franceta Balantiča
Prebil, Zala (Author), Jezernik, Božidar (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
V diplomskem delu avtorica z analizami medijskega diskurza ter literature in virov predstavi različne kolektivne spomine na domobranske žrtve v vojni dveh nasprotnih si strani. Podrobneje preuči primer pesnika Franceta Balantiča (1921 ̶ 1943), do katerega sta imeli po vojni domovina in slovenska povojna emigracija v Argentini različen odnos. Balantič je skupaj s svojimi soborci nekaj dni pred svojim 22. rojstnim dnem, 24. novembra 1943, padel kot domobranec v spopadu s partizani v Grahovem pri Cerknici. Zaradi svoje vojaške vloge na domobranski strani v drugi svetovni vojni je bil za povojne emigrante v Argentini »junak«, »mučenec«, v domovini pa »zamolčan« avtor, »kolaborant«. Spomin na njegov boj pri domobrancih pogosto prevlada nad spominom na Balantičevo pesniško nadarjenost. Avtorica ugotavlja, da so domobranske žrtve vzrok številnih trenj med Slovenci zaradi različnih kolektivnih spominov, kar prikaže na primerih poimenovanja kamniške knjižnice po pesniku Balantiču leta 2015 ter postavitve spomenika domobrancem v Grahovem leta 2014. Po osamosvojitvi Slovenije je opaziti vse več poskusov prikazovanja padlih domobrancev kot resničnih žrtev, medtem ko se krivdo prelaga na partizane, ki jih nasprotniki enačijo s »komunisti«. Avtorica na koncu poda svoj pogled na razumevanje diskurza o domobranskih žrtvah.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:France Balantič, domobranci, druga svetovna vojna, kolektivni spomin, spomenik
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2020
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Language:English
Title:Attitude towards the victims in the Home Guard in the case of the memory of the poet France Balantič
Abstract:
In her bachelor’s thesis, the author presents various collective memories of the Home Guard victims between two opposing parties in the war through analyses of media discourse and of writings and sources. She examines in more detail the case of the poet France Balantič (1921 ̶ 1943), to whom the homeland and the Slovene post-war emigration in Argentina had a different attitude after the war. Together with his comrades-in-arms, Balantič was killed in action a few days before his 22nd birthday, on November 24th, 1943, as a member of the Home Guard in the battle with partisans in Grahovo near Cerknica. Due to his military role in the Home Guard in the World War II, he was considered a »hero«, a »martyr« for post-war emigrants in Argentina while in his homeland he was considered a »silent« author, a »collaborator«. The memory of his fight in the Home Guard often prevails over the memory of Balantič's poetic talent. The author notes that the Home Guard victims are the cause of many frictions among Slovenes due to different collective memories, which is shown in the example of the naming of Kamnik's library after the poet Balantič in 2015 and the erection of the Home Guard monument in Grahovo in 2014. After the independence of Slovenia, there are more and more attempts to portray fallen members of the Home Guard as real victims while the blame is shifted to the partisans whom the opponents equate with »communists«. The author then offers her view on the understanding of the discourse on the Home Guard victims.

Keywords:France Balantič, Home Guard, World War II, collective memory, monument

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