|Death: ||Apr., 1942|
This is the memorial at Horjul. For the actual grave, see: Janez Erbežnik
From Zaklanec no. 6. Killed by the Partisans on 21 or 24 April 1942.
Matija Škerbec. 1957. Krivda rdeče fronte, vol. 2. Cleveland: Author; Klagenfurt: Mohorjeva družba, p. 138.
Slovenec 70(95) (25 April 1942): 2.
Ave Maria 36(4) (April 1944): 32.
CENTER PANEL: "Symbolic grave. Forty-one fallen soldiers in the First World War 1914-1918 and hitherto suppressed victims of the communist revolution 1942-1945. Primarily men and young men from the Slovenian Home Guard, who fought for the bright ideals of God, Nation, and Homeland. They did not fall in battle; after the end of the war they were treacherously betrayed and murdered by their brothers' hands. 'Mother, give me a word / A word of farewell / You're seeing me for the last time / I'll no longer return to you.' – France Balantič. 1994. Erected by the families of the victims and the parishioners of Horjul." RIGHT PANEL: "To you forgotten graves / Where no cross stands upon a stone / Which are not wreathed in flowers / Where no candle burns. – Simon Gregorčič."
Created by: Donald Reindl
Record added: Jun 25, 2012
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