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Fran Albreht

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Fran Albreht 17 November 1889 – 11 February 1963 was a Slovenian poet, editor, politician [1] and partisan He also published under the pseudonym Rusmir

He was born as Franc Albrecht in the Upper Carniolan town of Kamnik in what was then the Austro-Hungarian Empire He grew up in a liberal milieu, but he later came closer to more leftist views He studied at the University of Vienna and became a literary critic and a neo-romantic poet

In the late 1920s and early 1930s, Albreht was editor of the liberal literary magazine Ljubljanski zvon After the crisis of the journal in 1932, which emerged from different interpretations of Slovene identity and attitudes towards the centralist policies in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, Albreht left the journal and established, together with the literary critic Josip Vidmar and author Ferdo Kozak, a new magazine called Sodobnost "Modernity" Under Albreht, Vidmar and Kozak, the new magazine became the foremost progressive journal in Slovenia, in which also many Marxists and Communists could publish their articles under pseudonyms

After the Axis invasion of Yugoslavia in April 1941, Albreht became an active member of the Liberation Front of the Slovenian People in Ljubljana He was imprisoned by Italian fascist authorities on a number of occasions In 1944, the Nazis sent him to Dachau concentration camp

Soon after the liberation from Nazi occupation and the establishment of the Communist regime in Yugoslavia in 1945, he was appointed mayor of Ljubljana He served in that office between 1945 and 1948 In 1948, he was dismissed and shortly imprisoned under the suspicion of anti-Communist activity

He was married to the poet Vera Albreht He died in Ljubljana in 1963 and is buried in the Žale city cemetery

Contents

  • 1 Works
  • 2 See also
  • 3 References
  • 4 External links

Works

  • Zadnja pravda "The Last Lawsuit", 1934
  • Pesmi "Poems", 1966
  • Gledališke kritike "Theatre Critiques", 1973

See also

  • List of Slovenian language poets
  • Slovenian literature
  • Culture of Slovenia
  • Yugoslav People's Liberation War

References

  1. ^ Slovene Studies by Society for Slovene Studies - 1997

External links

  • Media related to Fran Albreht at Wikimedia Commons


Preceded by
Pavel Lunaček
Mayor of Ljubljana
1945–1948
Succeeded by
Matija Maležič

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