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PARTISAN UNDERGROUND PRINTING: Proleter. Organ Centralnega komiteja Komunistične Partije Jugoslavije



[Proletarian. Organ of a Central committee of the Yugoslav Communist Party]


8°. 91 pp. mimeographed text, original wrappers with mimeographed lettering and title in red linocut, stapled (wrappers with minor age-toning, minor wear to the corners, otherwise in a good condition).



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A rare Slovenian underground partisan publication, printed in the technique of red linocut and black and blue mimeograph includes Slovenian translations of the articles, originally published in Serbo-Croatian by the Yugoslav Communist Party in December of 1942. The articles were written by prominent partisan and communist leaders such as Milovan Đilas and the later president of Yugoslavia Josip Broz – Tito.

Jelenk was an improvised underground partisan press, working only with a mimeograph machine and colour linocuts, hidden deep in the woods above Idrija in the north-western part of Slovenia. Also known under the code of its location as “A-30”, it only existed for a short period of time between 1943 and June 1944, when it merged with another clandestine press named Špik.

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