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House of Lords Lecture for Ljubo Sirc on 2nd March 2016

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Ljubo Sirc CBE

Ljubo Sirc CBE

BSS members are welcome to attend a Lecture in honour of Ljubo Sirc CBE

A Nonviolent Hero against Communism to be given by Dr Jože Dežman

 Keith Miles OBE in the Chair 

Wednesday, 2nd March 2016 at 6.45 for 7.00 pm

House of Lords – Committee Room 4A

About the Speaker

Dr Jože Dežman, who has a BA in history and philosophy, is a member of the Board of the Gorenjski Museum in Kranj.   His fields of study are history, anthropology, and museology. He is researching the WWII, revolutionary terror, the civil war in Slovenia 1941-1945, consequences of a radical division of Slovenian society in Titoism, the processes of transitional justice, self-management, and the pilgrimage culture.  He has edited several anthologies, prepared more than 10 exhibitions, published several books and numerous articles. He was director of the Museum of Contemporary History of Slovenia 2005-2010 and director of the country’s official Archive 2012-2013. Since 2005 he has led the the Slovene Government’s Commission for Concealed Mass Graves.

If you wish to attend, please contact Lisl at CRCE to receive an invitation.

Tel: 020 7352 0559. Email:



Please bring your invitation with you, and allow at least 30 minutes to pass security at St Stephen’s Entrance. Just ask for directions to the Committee Room when you reach Central Lobby.

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