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PLANICA 1934 - 2011

ALL INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIONS, ALL PODIUM WINNERS AND 

COMPETITORS WITH THE LONGEST SKI JUMPS AND FLIGHTS

   World Cup Ski-Jumping

         Ski-Flying World Championships

  Alternating KOP Ski-Flying Competitions

     Various International Competitions

TYPES OF COMPETITIONS (see the colours of inscriptions):

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      A ski-flying week

      A ski-flying week

 International competition

 International competition

 International competition

International competition

Opening competition*

 26 Feb. - 1 Mar. 1941 (L):

 16 - 17 March 1940 (L):

 14 - 15 March 1938 (L):

 10 - 15 March 1936 (L):

 14 - 17 March 1935 (L):

25 March 1934 (L):

  4 February 1934 (L):

  1  Rudolf Gering, Ger

  1  Sepp Bradl, Aut

  1  Sepp Bradl, Aut

  1  Sepp Bradl, Aut

   1  Stanislaw Marusarz, Pol

  1  Birger Ruud, Nor

  1  Franc Palme, Jug

  2  Paul Kraus, Ger

  2  Gustl Berauer, Aut

  2  Hans Wiedemann, Ger

  2  Gregor Hoell, Aut

   2  Antonin Barton, CSl

  2  Sigmund Ruud, Nor

  2  Bogo Šramel, Jug

  3  Hans Lahr, Ger

  3  Paul Haeckel, Ger

  3  Walter Dellekarth, Aut

  3  Rudolf Rieger, Aut

   3  Marcel Raymund, Sui

  3  Gregor Hoell, Aut

  3  Gregor Klan

č

nik, Jug

    Rudolf Gering: 118,0 m

    Sepp Bradl: 101,5 m

    Sepp Bradl: 107,0 m

    Sepp Bradl: 101,0 m

    Reidar Andersen: 99,0 m

   Birger Ruud: 92,0 m

   Franc Palme: 60,0 m

 *  On the opening event of the first Planica's ski jump in the 1934 the national championship with the international participation was organized.

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 International competition

 International competition

 International competition

           Ski-flying study

 International competition

       A ski-flying week

       A ski-flying week

   8 March 1953 (N):

 23 March 1952 (N):

 11 March 1951 (N):

 14 - 17 March 1950 (L):

 27 March 1949 (N):

13 - 17 March 1948 (L):

17 - 24 March 1947 (L):

  1  Herm. Anwander, BRD

  1  Keith Wegemann, USA

  1  Sepp Bradl, Aut

  1  Janez Polda, Jug

   1  Janez Polda, Jug

  1  Fritz Tschanen, Sui

  1  Rudi Finžgar, Jug

  2  Janez Polda, Jug

  2  Sepp Bradl, Aut

  2  Janez Polda, Jug

  2  Rudi Finžgar, Jug

   2  Lasse Johanson, Fin

  2  Jean Zurbrueggen, Sui

  2  Charles Blum, Sui

  3  Sepp Schiffner, Aut

  3  Alois Leodolter, Aut

  3  Albin Plank, Aut

  3  Sverre Stenersen, Nor

   3  Rafael Viliamaa, Fin

  3  Charles Blum, Sui

  3  Fritz Tschanen, Sui

    Herm. Anwander: 77,5 m

    Keith Wegemann: 81,0 m

    Sepp Bradl: 79,0 m

    Janez Polda: 114,0 m

    Janez Polda: 86,0 m

   Fritz Tschanen: 120,0 m

   Rudi Finžgar: 102,0 m

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 2nd  Janez Polda Memorial

Planica's ski-flying week

 1st  Janez Polda Memorial

Planica's ski-flying week

Planica's ski-flying week

Planica's ski-flying week

Planica's ski-flying week

 26 March 1967 (N):

 25 - 27 March 1966 (L):

  7 March 1965 (N):

 22 - 24 March 1963 (L):

 25 - 27 March 1960 (L):

  8 - 10 March 1957 (L):

13 - 14 March 1954 (L):

  1  Reinhold Bachler, Aut

  1  Jiri Raska, CSl

 1  Dieter Mueller, DDR

  1  Dieter Bokeloh, DDR

   1  Helmut Recknagel, DDR

  1  Helmut Recknagel, DDR

  1  Ossi Laaksonen, Fin

  2  Horst Queck, DDR

  2  Mihail Veretenikov, Sov

 2  Helmut Wegscheider, BRD

  2  Dietmar Klemm, DDR

   2  Arne Larsen, Nor

  2  Eino Kirjonen, Fin

  2  Jack Alfredsen, Nor

  3  Peter Lesser, DDR

  3  Dieter Neuendorf, DDR

 3  Dieter Bokeloh, DDR

  3  Veit Kuehrt, DDR

   3  Raimo Vitikainen, Fin

  3  PekkaTirkkonen, Fin

  3  Hemmo Silvennoinen, Fin

    Horst Queck: 91,0 m

    Jiri Raška: 130,0 m

   Marjan Pe

č

ar: 87,0 m

    Dieter Bokeloh: 121,0 m

    Helmut Recknagel: 127,0 m

   Helmut Recknagel: 124,0 m

   Jack Alfredsen: 114,5 m

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Planica's ski-flying week

 6th  Janez Polda Memorial

Ski-Flying World Ch. I

 5th  Janez Polda Memorial

 4th  Janez Polda Memorial

Planica's ski-flying week

3rd  Janez Polda Memorial

 15 - 17 March 1974 (F):

 23 - 24 March 1973 (L):

24 - 26 March 1972 (F):

 28 March 1971 (N):

 22 March 1970 (N):

21 - 23 March 1969 (F):

24 March 1968 (L):

  1  Walter Steiner, Sui

  1  Walter Steiner, Sui

 1  Walter Steiner, Sui

  1  H.G. Aschenbach, DDR

   1  Vladimir Smirnov, Sov

  1  Jiri Raska, CSl

  1  Jiri Raska, CSl

  2  Esko Rautionaho, Fin

  2  Heinz Wossipiwo, DDR

 2  Heinz Wossipiwo, DDR

  2  Walter Steiner, Sui

   2  Aleksander Ivanikov, Sov

  2  Bjoern Wirkola, Nor

  2  Josef Matous, CSl

  3  Dag Fossum, Nor

  3  Josef Matous, CSl

 3  Jiri Raska, CSl

  3  Peter Štefan

č

i

č

, Jug

   3  Reinhold Bachler, Aut

  3  Manfred Wolf, DDR

  3  Willy Schuster, Aut

    Walter Steiner: 169,0 m

    Bogdan Nor

č

i

č

: 129,0 m

   Juhani Ruotsalainen: 162,0 m

    H.G. Aschenbach: 93,0 m

    Vladimir Smirnov: 88,5 m

   Manfred Wolf: 165,0 m

   Jiri Raška: 125,0 m

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Ski-Flying World Ch. V

 9th  Janez Polda Memorial

Planica's ski-flying week

8th  Janez Polda Memorial

         Kongsberg Cup

 7th  Janez Polda Memorial

       Kongsberg Cup

 15 - 18 March 1979 (F):

 19 March 1978 (L):

18 - 20 March 1977 (F):

21 March 1976 (L):

 20 March 1976 (L):

 13 April 1975 (L):

12 April 1975 (L):

  1  Armin Kogler, Aut

  1  Peter Leitner, BRD

 1  Reinhold Bachler, Aut

    Interrupted

   1  Hans Wallner, Aut

   1  Willy Puerstl, Aut

  1  Toni Innauer, Aut

  2  Axel Zitzmann, DDR

  2  Bogdan Nor

č

i

č

, Jug

 2  Thomas Meisinger, DDR

    and

   2  Bogdan Nor

č

i

č

, Jug

   2  Bogdan Nor

č

i

č

, Jug

  2  Rudi Wanner, Aut

  3  Pjotr Fijas, Pol

  3  Marko Mlakar, Jug

 3  Ladislav Jirasko, CSl

    cancelled

   3  Peter Leitner, BRD

   3  Rudi Wanner, Aut

  3  Janez Loštrek, Jug

    Klaus Ostwald: 176,0 m

    Peter Leitner: 130,0 m

   Reinhold Bachler: 172,0 m

    Lennart Elimaeae: 132,0 m

    Hans Millonig: 119,0 m

   Toni Innauer: 128,0 m

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        4th   W o r l d  . . .

3rd   W o r l d   C u p  -  F i n a l s

2nd   W o r l d   C u p  -  F i n a l s

1st   W o r l d   C u p

 26 March 1983 (N):

 28 March 1982 (L):

 27 March 1982 (N):

 22 March 1981 (L):

 21 March 1981 (N):

 22 March 1980 (L):

21 March 1980 (N):

  1  Matti Nykaenen, Fin

  1  Ole Bremseth, Nor

  1  Ole Bremseth, Nor

  1  Dag H. Jensen, Nor

   1  Jari Puikkonen, Fin

   1  Hubert Neuper, Aut

  1  Hans Millonig, Aut

  2  Primož Ulaga, Jug

  2  Hubert Neuper, Aut

  2  Per Bergerud, Nor

  2  Armin Kogler, Aut

   2  Horst Bulau, Can

   2  Armin Kogler, Aut

  2  Armin Kogler, Aut

  3  Olav Hansson, Nor

  3  Massimo Rigoni, Ita

  3  Massimo Rigoni, Ita

  3  Alfred Groyer, Aut

   3  Axel Zitzmann, DDR

   3  Hans Millonig, Aut

  3  Primož Ulaga, Jug

    Olav Hansson: 95,5 m

    Anders Daun: 121,0 m

   Ole Bremseth: 94,0 m

    Armin Kogler: 134,0 m

   Jari Puikkonen: 93,0 m

    Hubert Neuper: 130,0 m

   Tom Levorstad: 94,0 m

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        8th   W o r l d  . . .

7th   W o r l d   C u p  -  F i n a l s

 Ski-Flying World Ch. VIII

5th   W o r l d   C u p  -  F i n a l s

   . . .  C u p  -  Finals

 14 March 1987 (F):

 23 March 1986 (L):

 22 March 1986 (N):

 15 - 17 March 1985 (F):

 25 March 1984 (L):

 24 March 1984 (N):

27 March 1983 (L):

  1  Andreas Felder, Aut

  1  Ernst Vettori, Aut

  1  Matti Nykaenen, Fin

  1  Matti Nykaenen, Fin

   1  Pavel Ploc, CSl

   1  Jens Weissflog, DDR

  1  Primož Ulaga, Jug

  2  Ole G. Fidjestoel, Nor

  2  Andreas Felder, Aut

  2  Andreas Felder, Aut

  2  Jens Weissflog, DDR

   2  Vegard Opaas, Nor

   2  Mike Holland, USA

  2  Horst Bulau, Can

  3  Thomas Klauser, BRD

  3  Matti Nykaenen, Fin

  3  Franz Neulaendtner, Aut

  3  Pavel Ploc, CSl

   3  Pjotr Fijas, Pol

   3  Janusz Malik, Pol

  3  Richard Schallert, Aut

    Andreas Felder: 191,0 m

    Andreas Felder: 131,0 m

    Matti Nykaenen: 92,0 m

    Matti Nykaenen: 191,0 m

    Pavel Ploc: 123,0 m

    Jens Weissflog: 97,0 m

   Primož Ulaga: 119,5 m

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11th   W o r l d   C u p  -  F i n a l s

10th   W o r l d   C u p  -  F i n a l s

9h   W o r l d   C u p  -  F i n a l s

          . . .  C u p

 25 March 1990 (L):

 24 March 1990 (L):

 26 March 1989 (L):

 25 March 1989 (N):

 27 March 1988 (L):

 26 March 1988 (N):

15 March 1987 (F):

  1  Ari-Pekka Nikkola, Fin

  1  Roberto Cecon, Ita

  1  Jens Weissflog, DDR

  1  Jens Weissflog, DDR

   1  Primož Ulaga, Jug

   1  Primož Ulaga, Jug

  1  Ole G. Fidjestoel, Nor

  2  Dieter Thoma, BRD

  2  Ari-Pekka Nikkola, Fin

  2  Kent Johanssen, Nor

  2  Andreas Felder, Aut

   2  Rajko Lotri

č

, Jug

   2  Pavel Ploc, CSl

  2  Matjaž Zupan, Jug

  3  Primož Ulaga, Jug

  3  Jens Weissflog, DDR

  3  Andreas Felder, Aut

  3  Ari-Pekka Nikkola, Fin

   3  Didier Mollard, Fra

   3  Ernst Vettori, Aut

  3  Pjotr Fijas, Pol

    Ari-Pekka Nikkola: 123,0 m

    Jens Weissflog: 125,0 m

    Kent Johanssen: 125,0 m

    Ari-Pekka Nikkola: 92,0 m

    Erik Johnsen: 127,0 m

    Primož Ulaga: 93,0 m

   Ole G. Fidjestoel: 190,0 m

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        15th   W o r l d  . . .

14th   W o r l d   C u p  -  F i n a l s

13th   W o r l d   C u p  -  F i n a l s

12th    W  o  r  l  d    C  u  p

 11 December 1993 (N):

 28 March 1993 (L):

 27 March 1993 (L):

 29 March 1992 (L):

 28 March 1992(L):

 24 March 1991 (F):

23 March 1991 (F):

  1  Espen Bredesen, Nor

  1  Espen Bredesen, Nor

  1  Japan

  1  Andreas Felder, Aut

   1  Austria

   1  Ralf Gebstedt, Ger

  1  Staffan Taellberg, Swe

  2  Takanobu Okabe, Jpn

  2  Andr. Goldberger, Aut

  2  Norway

  2  Heinz Kuttin, Aut

   2  Germany

   2  Stefan Horngacher, Aut

  2  Stephan Zuend, Sui

  3  Andr. Goldberger, Aut

  3  Christof Duffner, Ger

  3  Slovenia

  3  Toni Nieminen, Fin

   3  Finland

   3  Dieter Thoma, Ger

  3  Andre Kiesewetter, Ger

    Espen Bredesen: 101,0 m

    Espen Bredesen: 134,0 m

    Noriaki Kasai: 145,5 m

    Andreas Felder: 131,0 m

    Andreas Felder: 127,0 m

    Ralf Gebstedt: 194,0 m

   Stephan Zuend: 191,0 m

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 Exhibition competition

17th    W  o  r  l  d    C  u  p

16th    W  o  r  l  d    C  u  p

Ski-Flying World Ch. XIII

          . . .  C u p

 24 March 1996 (L):

 10 December 1995 (L):

   9 December 1995 (L):

 11 December 1994 (N):

 10 December 1994 (N):

 17 - 20 March 1994 (F):

12 December 1993 (L):

  1  Primož Peterka, Slo

  1  Mika Ant. Laitinen, Fin

   1  Finland

  1  Andr. Goldberger, Aut

   1  Kazuyoshi Funaki, Jpn

   1  Jaroslav Sakala, Cze

  1  Jens Weissflog, Ger

  2  Andr. Goldberger, Aut

  2  Roar Ljoekelsoey, Nor

   2  Japan

  2  Mika Ant. Laitinen, Fin

   2  Andr. Goldberger, Aut

   2  Espen Bredesen, Nor

  2  Andr. Goldberger, Aut

  3  Samo Gostiša, Slo

  3  Janne Ahonen, Fin

   3  Norway

  3  Lasse Ottesen, Nor

   3  Janne Ahonen, Fin

   3  Roberto Cecon, Ita

  3  Espen Bredesen, Nor

    Primož Peterka: 101,0 m

    Janne Ahonen: 133,0 m

     Mika Ant. Laitinen: 135,0 m

    Andr. Goldberger: 102,5 m

    Kazuyoshi Funaki: 97,5 m

    Roberto Cecon: 199,0 m

   Jens Weissflog: 136,0 m

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20th    W   o   r   l   d     C   u   p    -    F   i   n   a   l   s

19th   W o r l d   C u p  -  F i n a l s

18th   W o r l d   C u p  -  F i n a l s

 21 March 1999 (F):

 20 March 1999 (F):

 19 March 1999 (F):

 22 March 1998 (L):

 21 March 1998 (L):

 23 March 1997 (F):

22 March 1997 (F):

  1  Noriaki Kasai, Jpn

  1  Hideharu Miyahira, Jpn

  1  Martin Schmitt, Ger

  1  Noriaki Kasai, Jpn

   1  Kazuyoshi Funaki, Jpn

   1  Akira Higashi, Jpn

  1  Takanobu Okabe, Jpn

  2  Hideharu Miyahira, Jpn

  2  Martin Schmitt, Ger

  2  Kazuyoshi Funaki, Jpn

  2  Hiroya Saitoh, Jpn

   2  Primož Peterka, Slo

   2  Primož Peterka, Slo

  2  Kazuyoshi Funaki, Jpn

  3  Martin Schmitt, Ger

  3  Noriaki Kasai, Jpn

  3  Christof Duffner, Ger

  3  Martin Hoellwarth, Aut

   3  Hiroya Saitoh, Jpn

   3  Lasse Ottesen, Nor

  3  Jani Soininen, Fin

    Noriaki Kasai: 214,0 m

    Noriaki Kasai: 207,5 m

    Martin Schmitt: 219,0 m

    Noriaki Kasai: 147,5 m

    Kazuyoshi Funaki: 140,0 m

    Dieter Thoma: 211,0 m

   Lasse Ottesen: 212,0 m

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       24th   W o r l d  . . .

23rd   W o r l d   C u p  -  F i n a l s

22nd   W o r l d   C u p  -  F i n a l s

 21st   W o r l d   C u p  -  F i n a l s

 21 March 2003 (F):

 24 March 2002 (F):

 23 March 2002 (F):

 18 March 2001 (F):

 17 March 2001 (F):

 19 March 2000 (F):

18 March 2000 (F):

  1  Finland

             Interrupted

  1  Finland

  1  Martin Schmitt, Ger

   1  Finland

   1  Sven Hannawald, Ger

  1  Germany

  2  Norway

              and

  2  Germany

  2  Risto Jussilainen, Fin

   2  Austria

   2  Janne Ahonen, Fin

  2  Finland

  3  Austria

             cancelled

  3  Austria

  3  T. Ingebrigtsen, Nor

   3  Japan

   3  Andr. Goldberger, Aut

  3  Japan

    V.-M. Lindstroem: 225,5 m

    Matti Hautamaeki: 224,5 m

    T. Ingebrigtsen: 218,5 m

    T. Ingebrigtsen: 219,5 m

    Sven Hannawald: 212,5 m

   Andr. Goldberger: 225,0 m

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       27th   W o r l d  . . .

26th   W o r l d   C u p  -  F i n a l s

S k i  -  F l y i n g  W o r l d  C h a m p.  XVIII

. . .  C u p   -   F i n a l s

 18 March 2006 (F):

 20 March 2005 (F):

 19 March 2005 (F):

 22 February 2004 (F):

 21 February 2004 (F):

 23 March 2003 (F):

22 March 2003 (F):

  1  B. E. Romoeren, Nor

  1  B. E. Romoeren, Nor

  1  Matti Hautamaeki, Fin

  1  Norway

   1  Roar Ljoekelsoey, Nor

   1  Matti Hautamaeki, Fin

  1  Matti Hautamaeki, Fin

  2  Roar Ljoekelsoey, Nor

  2  Roar Ljoekelsoey, Nor

  2  Andreas Widhoelzl, Aut

  2  Finland

   2  Janne Ahonen, Fin

   2  Sven Hannawald, Ger

  2  Adam Malysz, Pol

  3  Martin Koch, Aut

  3  Andreas Widhoelzl, Aut

  3  B. E. Romoeren, Nor

  3  Austria

   3  Tami Kiuru, Fin

   3  Hideharu Miyahira, Jpn

  3  Martin Hoellwarth, Aut

    B. E. Romoeren: 224,0 m

    B. E. Romoeren: 239,0 m

    B. E. Romoeren: 228,5 m

    B. E. Romoeren: 227,0 m

    T. Ingebrigtsen: 204,5 m

    Matti Hautamaeki: 231,0 m

   Adam Malysz: 224,5 m

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29th    W   o   r   l   d     C   u   p    -    F   i   n   a   l   s

28th    W   o   r   l   d     C   u   p    -    F   i   n   a   l   s

   . . .  C u p  -  Finals

 16 March 2008 (F):

 15 March 2008 (F):

 14 March 2008 (F):

 25 March 2007 (F):

 24 March 2007 (F):

 23 March 2007 (F):

19 March 2006 (F):

  1  G. Schlierenzauer, Aut

  1  Norway

  1  G. Schlierenzauer, Aut

  1  Adam Malysz, Pol

   1  Adam Malysz, Pol

   1  Adam Malysz, Pol

  1  Janne Happonen, Fin

  2  Martin Koch, Aut

  2  Finland

  2  Janne Ahonen, Fin

  2  Simon Ammann, Sui

   2  Anders Jacobsen, Nor

   2  Simon Ammann, Sui

  2  Martin Koch, Aut

  3  Janne Happonen, Fin

  3  Austria

  3  B. E. Romoeren, Nor

  3  Martin Koch, Aut

   3  Martin Koch, Aut

   3  Jernej Damjan, Slo

  3  Robert Kranjec, Slo

    G. Schlierenzauer: 231,0 m

    G. Schlierenzauer: 233,5 m

    G. Schlierenzauer: 232,5 m

    Adam Malysz: 220,0 m

    Adam Malysz: 217,5 m

    Adam Malysz: 221,5 m

   Janne Happonen: 226,5 m

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31st    W   o   r   l   d     C   u   p    -    F   i   n   a   l   s

S k i  -  F l y i n g  W o r l d  C h a m p.  XXI

30th    W   o   r   l   d     C   u   p    -    F   i   n   a   l   s

 20 March 2011 (F):

 19 March 2011 (F):

18 March 2011 (F):

21 March 2010 (F):

20 March 2010 (F):

22 March 2009 (F):

   21 March 2009 (F):

20 March 2009 (F):

  1  Kamil Stoch, Pol

   1  Austria

 1  G. Schlierenzauer, Aut

 1  Austria

  1  Simon Ammann, Sui

  1  Harri Olli, Fin

     1  Norway

  1  G. Schlierenzauer, Aut

  2  Robert Kranjec, Slo

   2  Norway

 2  Th. Morgenstern, Aut

 2  Norway

  2  G. Schlierenzauer, Aut

  2  Adam Malysz, Pol

     2  Poland

  2  Adam Malysz, Pol

  3  Adam Malysz, Pol

   3  Slovenia

 3  Martin Koch, Aut

 3  Finland

  3  Anders Jacobsen, Nor

  3  Simon Ammann, Sui

     3  Russia

  3  Dimitry Vassiliev, Rus

    Robert Kranjec: 224,5 m

   Th. Morgenstern: 232 m

  G. Schlierenzauer: 226,0 m

   G. Schlierenzauer: 231,0 m

   Simon Ammann: 236,5 m

  3  Robert Kranjec, Slo

      M. Hautamaeki: 220,5 m

  G. Schlierenzauer: 203,0 m

   Harri Olli: 219,5 m

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      L = Rozman/Bloudek's Large Hill from 1934              N = Bloudek's Normal Hill from 1949              F = Brothers' Gorišek Flying Hill from 1969              KOP = Kulm, Oberstdorf, Planica

MEANING OF ABBREVIATIONS:

   Idea and data collection by Jože Šlibar   *   Created and realized by Anton Omerzel   *   Revised by Oto Giacomelli

 Sources:  archives of the newspapers JUTRO, SLOVENSKI NAROD, SLOVENEC, SLOVENSKI DOM, POLET, SLOVENSKI PORO

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