Abstract: The assassination of the heir to the throne on 28 June 1914 and the state of siege that followed it deeply disturbed the apparent tranquillity in the Slovenian lands of the Habsburg monarchy. The Slovenian clergy did not fail to emphasise the cultural side of the European conflict by adopting the view that the war was a great struggle for Western civilization against the Eas…
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