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      Each year one name: Ivan Breskvar [International scientific meeting Each year one name, (2017; Maribor)] [1]
      Each year one name: Marko Rosner [International scientific meeting Each year one name, (2015; Maribor)] [1]
      Each year one name: the unknown Righteous Among the Nations from Regions of Prekmurje and Primorska: scientific meeting: International Holocaust Remembrance Day Shoa - Let's Remember 2013, University Library Maribor, Glazer Hall, January 24, 2013 [1]
      Each year one name: Zora Pičulin, Slovenian righteous among the nations [International scientific meeting Each year one name, (2014; Maribor)] [1]
      Economic liquidation of Bitola Jews during the fascist occupation of Macedonia (1941-1943) [1]
      Edith Stein - a saint of the XX century and a stumbling block between Judaism and Catholicism [1]
      Edith Stein - svetica XX stoleća i kamen spoticanja između židovstva i katoličanstva [1]
      EDJK [Evropski dnevi judovske kulture] 2019 Sinagoga Maribor [1]
      Education and cultural emancipation of Jewish women in Serbia from the second half of the XIX century until 1941 [1]
      Education and Jews educators in Bosnia [1]
      Educational circumstances of Bosnian Jews during Turkish Government [1]
      Educational turn in Holocaust representation [1]
      Egzistencijalna strepnja Aleksandra Tišme [1]
      Eisenerz - death march across the Julian Alps: (Published in the "Magyar Szó" on May 25, 1952) [1]
      EJDK [European Days of Jewish Culture] 2019 Synagogue Maribor [1]
      EJDK [Evropski dani jevrejske kulture] 2019 Sinagoga Maribor [1]
      Ekonomska likvidacija bitoljskih Jevreja za vreme fašističke okupacije Makedonije (1941-1943) [1]
      El antisemitismo en la obra de Pio Baroja [1]
      El enkanto de la majia: research into Sephardic magic: history, trends and topics [1]
      El prezente : studies in Sephardic culture. Vol. 7 = Menorah : collection of papers. Vol. 3 [Common culture and particular identities: Christians, Jews and Muslims in the Ottoman Balkans] [1]