SCNR Documentary Film Collection

The SCNR Documentary Film Collection contains DVDs with recordings about events during and after World War II in Slovenia, about the violence of all three totalitarian regimes (Nazism, Fascism, Communism) in Slovenia. As the first in this collection was a documentary film created in 2011 and entitled Ormoški Petriček: Children from the OZNA concentration camp Strnišče near Ptuj, which was shot within the Study Centre for National Reconciliation framework. The second documentary film entitled The Soldier's Letter: Forced mobilization of Slovenians into the German army was shot in 2012, likewise within the Study Centre for National Reconciliation framework.


ORMOŠKI PETRIČEK: Children from the OZNA concentration camp Strnišče near Ptuj

The film Ormoški Petriček talks about the fate of children, who the Slovenian post-war authorities closed together with their parents (more…)

 
 



THE SOLDIER'S LETTER: Forced mobilization of Slovenians into the German army

The "Soldier's Letter" tells of the forced mobilization of Slovenian men in boys into the German army. A random contact with a letter (more…)