Kladivo

Kladivo (meaning Hammer in English) was a Slovene and German language cultural-political magazine published from Klagenfurt, Austria, from 1970 to 1989.[1][2][3][4]

Kladivo
CategoriesPolitical magazine
FrequencyMonthly
First issue1970
Final issue1989
CountryAustria
Based inKlagenfurt
LanguageGerman
Slovene

History and profileEdit

Kladivo was founded by a group of Slovene student activists in 1970.[5][6] The magazine was published by the Association of Friends of Kladivo (Verein der Freunde des Kladivo).[7] It was a monthly, but publication was sometimes irregular.[7][8]

Initially Kladivo had an anti-authoritarian socialist, but developed into a platform for Slovene intellectuals sympathizing with the Communist Party of Austria.[9] As of 1980, Janko Malle was the editor-in-chief of the magazine.[7]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Peterlini, Oskar. Il Sudtirolo: una prova d'esame per l'Europa = Südtirol : ein Prüfstein für Europa. Trento: Gruppo culturale Civis, 1988. p. 166
  2. ^ Kärnten: von der deutschen Grenzmark zum österreichischen Bundesland. Wien: Böhlau, 1998. p. 595
  3. ^ OBV. Kladivo : dvojeznični koroški mesečnik ; Zeitschrift für Kärntner Verhältnisse
  4. ^ Lichtungen, Vol. 15. Steirischer Schriftstellerbund, 1994
  5. ^ YENI. Minority handbook for beginners Archived 20 October 2013 at the Wayback Machine
  6. ^ Kleine Zeitung. "A klaner Hitler g'herat her ..."
  7. ^ a b c Fischer, Gero. Das Slowenische in Kärnten: Bedingungen der sprachlichen Sozialisation : eine Studie zur Sprachenpolitik. Wien: SIC, 1980. p. 78
  8. ^ Bogataj, Mirko. Die Kärntner Slowenen. Klagenfurt [u.a.]: Hermagoras-Verl. [u.a.], 1989. p. 329
  9. ^ Malle, Avguštin. Die slowenische Presse in Kärnten 1848-1900. Klagenfurt/Celovec: Slovenski znanstveni inštitut, 1979. p. 217