Burg Altena, Germany
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY HISTORY

The Museum of Modern History in Ljubljana is the central institution for research into the contemporary history of Slovenians from 1914 until today. The historical material spans the following periods: the First World War (1914-1918), the interwar period (1918-1941), the Second World War (1941-1945), the period of socialism (1945-1990) and the period of independent Slovenia (after 1991).
A great deal of material is housed at the museum, without which research into and understanding of our near past would not be possible. It is classified into the following collections: weapons & military equipment (revolvers, rocket guns, rifles, submachine guns, light machine guns, machine guns, bombs, cold arms, cannons, two tanks); textiles (theatre costumes, puppets, concentration camp dress, flags, banners and ribbons, military uniforms, civil clothes; partisan workshops and printing houses; partisan sanitary service; terror during WWII; postcards; medals and decorations; badges and insignia; rubber stamps, seals and printing blocks; numismatics; philately; cartography; posters; tools, machines and devices; household appliances; symbols; fine arts (drawings, prints, oil paintings, statues); photographs; diapositives, films and video tapes.







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