Ordering copies of Newspapers

Order a copy of a newspaper that was printed on the date of your choice. As a souvenir or a gift to your loved ones.

You can submit your order with an electronic order form.

You can pick up the printed copy of the newspaper in person (ground floor, room 4) or we can send it to your address (the cost of delivery of a printed copy of a newspaper by post is 3.50 EUR). We can also send you an electronic copy by e-mail. Copies will be available in 2 working days. We will inform you to your e-mail address specified in the email order when a copy is available.

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Printed copy of a newspaper from microfilm (reproduction of a newspaper copy published before 1980 and a protective folder)

9,00 EUR 12,00 EUR

Printed copy of a newspaper from microfilm (reproduction of a newspaper copy published after 1980 and a protective folder)

12,00 EUR 15,00 EUR

Digital record of newspaper from microfilm (delivery by e-mail)

5,00 EUR 8,00 EUR

 

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Methods of payment:

  • Payment with cards:  Activa, American Express, Diners, Maestro, Mastercard, Visa, Visa Electron,
  • Mobile payment: Hal mBills, Moneta,
  • Online bank: ABANET, NLB Klik
  • In person (ground floor, room 4)

After placing your order, you will receive to your e-mail an estimate of costs and a description of payment options. Library members who have settled obligations to the library will receive copies before paying for the service. Copies are sent to non-library members upon receipt of proof of payment.

As copies are printed from microfilm, the quality of individual copies may vary. In case of a significant deviation of the volume of a selected issue of a newspaper from the average, the library reserves the right to change the price. For additional information, call the telephone number (01) 2001 126 or write to the e-mail address mikrofilm@nuk.uni-lj.si. Use of the material is intended exclusively for personal and non-commercial purposes.

You can choose from the following newspapers:

Delo
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slika revija delo

Delo (1959-)

The newspaper Delo appeared with the merging of the two dailies Slovenski poročevalec and Ljudska pravica. The first issue was published on May 1, 1959. Initially, it was published in two editions with supplements Najdihojca and the RTV program. In 1967, it was published in six regional editions, and in the same year the Saturday supplement was published for the first time. Its other supplements are: Delo in dom (from 1993), Odprta kuhinja (from 2007), Ona (from 1999), Ona plus (from 2011), Polet (from 2001), Plus 50, Rekord in Vikend.

Access to the text: 1959-1984, 1989-1993, 2012 and from 2014 onwards (digitized material and material in digital form is available in the NUK Newspaper Reading Room, on designated computers).

Access to the full text: from 1959 to 2011 on microfilm in the Newspaper Reading Room.

  
Dnevnik
type and the description
slika dnevnik

Dnevnik (1951-)

Ljubljanski dnevnik was first issued on 2 June 1951. In 1968, it was renamed Dnevnik, and between 1990 and 1991 it became Neodvisni dnevnik. From December 21, 1991, it has been republished as Dnevnik. In 1962, the supplement Nedeljski dnevnik was published for the first time.

Access to the full text : from 1959 to 2011 on microfilm in the NUK Newspaper Reading Room.

 
Večer
type and the description
slika vecer

Večer (1945–)

The predecessor of the Večer newspaper was Vestnik: the newsletter of the Liberation Front of the Maribor authority. It's first issue was published in 1945. In 1952, it was renamed to Večer, as it is still called at the present time. In October 1951, the supplement 7 dni (7 Days) was published for the first time; in 1972, it became an independent edition. Other supplements of the newspaper are: Toti list (from 1997 onwards), Tv Večer (from 1998 onwards), Premoženje (from 2001 to 2005), Kvadrati (from 2001 onwards), Raziskovalec (2001–2005), Zdravo (2001–2005), Bonbon (from 2006 onwards), On Saturday (from 2009 onwards), Večer Koroška (from 2015 onwards).

Access to the newspaper full text is available: from 1959 to 2011 on microfilm in the NUK Newspaper Reading Room.

 
Jutro
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slika jutro

Jutro: dnevnik za gospodarstvo, prosveto in politiko (1920–1945)

The journal was published in Ljubljana; its supplements were: Mlado jutro], Ponedeljek, [Življenje in svet, Jutro.  It was a political journal, bringing news from home and abroad. After 1924, it was the newspaper of the Samostojne demokratske stranke v Sloveniji (Independent Democratic Party in Slovenia). In addition to its regular editions, it had editions for the Gorenjska and the Primorska regions, and for abroad. On November 2, 1943, it was taken over by the Slovenski narod newspaper. It was the most widely read daily in Ljubljana, and due to its quality journalism, it was also respected in other parts of Slovenia.

Access to the full text: from 1920 (volume 1) to 1945 (volume 25).

 

  
Ljudska pravica
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slika ljudska pravica

Ljudska pravica (1934–1959)

Ljudska pravica began to be published as a newsletter of the Communist Party of Slovenia in 1934 with the subtitle Tednik.  As it was confiscated several times, it was sporadically published until 1936. A few issues were published in 1939 and 1941. On October 15, 1943, it began to be published uninterruptedly, announcing that it would be printed twice a month. Since the spring of 1945, it was published in a weekly cycle.

Access to the full text: from 1943 (volume 7) to 1959 (volume 24).

(It is available in the NUK Newspaper Reading Room, on dedicated computers)

 

 

 
Slovenski poročevalec
type and the description
slika porocevalec

Slovenski poročevalec: glasilo Osvobodilne fronte (1938–1959)

It was the central partisan newspaper. In 1938, its two issues were published. It began to be published continuously in May 1941, in the first two years it was established as a weekly (in 1941, 32 issues were published, and in the next year 45). Afterwards, it began to be published without order (28 issues were published in 1943, and 15 in 1944). On May 8, 1945, it was first published as a daily, printed in Trieste, and on May 10, 1945, it was first printed in Ljubljana.

Access to the full text: from 1938 (volume 1) to 1955 (volume 16).

(Digitized material is available in the NUK Newspaper Reading Room: on dedicated computers (1938–1955) and microfilms (1955–1959).)

 
Slovenec
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slika slovenec

Slovenec: političen list za slovenski narod (1873–1945)

Slovenec was the leading newspaper of political Catholicism in Slovenia. Its supplements were: Teden v slikah, Naša gospodinja, Ilustrirani Slovenec. At first it was published weekly, after July, 1883, as a daily. As a Monday edition, Ponedeljski Slovenec was published from 1932 to 1939. The Slovenec newspaper was critical of Slovenian politics in response to the Slovenski narod journal. The principle of Slovenec was expressed in the motto: "All for religion, home, the Emperor!" Slovenec was abolished in 1945.

Access to the full text: from 1873 (volume 1) to 1945 (volume 73).

  
Slovenski narod
type and the description
slika narod

Slovenski narod (1873–1945)

The newspaper was first published three times a week in Maribor, and after 1873 it was published every day in Ljubljana. Its supplements were Slovenski tednik and Rodoljub. It was a political newspaper, the first Slovenian daily newspaper, the leading Slovenian liberal newspaper before the WWI. Its motto was: "Everything for the nation, freedom and progress". In 1894, it became the journal of the Napredne stranke (Progressive Party). Later, after 1943, it was published weekly as the Monday edition of the Jutro newspaper.

Access to the full text: from 1868 (volume 1) to 1945 (volume 77), number 9.

 

 

 
Slovenski dom
type and the description
slika slovenski dom

Slovenski dom (1935–1945)

Slovenski dom was first published in 1935. During the war it became the official newsletter of the fascist authorities - thus, the right-wing daily became the voice of the occupier, thus supporting fascism and Nazism, until the end of its publication, in 1945.

Access to the full text: from 1935 (volume 1) to 1945 (volume 10).

 

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