Slovenian Press in Argentina after World War II
The author continues the elaboration of the material dealt with by Aleš Brecelj in the article Slovene Ethnic Press in Argentina until World War II. The paper focuses on the press of the Slovene community in Argentina created in late twenties w ith a wave of migrations from the occupied Primorska region. It deals with all the newspapers and reviews printed from the attack on Yugoslavia in 1941 until 1966 when the last fortnightly review ceased publication. The author records all editors and major collaborators of individual papers and periodicals. In dealing with the period after 1968, she presents the bulletins and other publications in which Slovene-language contributions appeared. She also records publications, calendars and reviews issued to mark specific occasions.
The paper was published in Slovene language, with the summary written in Spanish.