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Domowina

Domowina
Founded 1912
Type NGO
Location
Website Official website
Serbski dom - seat of the Domowina in Bautzen
Former ballroom and community center in Hoyerswerda, foundation of the Domowina

Domowina (Lower and Upper Lusatia, Germany. It represents the interests of Sorbian people and is the continual successor of the previous Domowina League of the Lusatian Sorbs.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Chairmen 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

History

The Domowina institution, founded in Hoyerswerda in 1912, is situated in Bautzen.[1] The Domowina was closed by Nazi authorities in 1937 and reopened on 10 May 1945, right after the end of WWII.[2]

Chairmen

Period Chairman
1912-1927
Arnošt Bart
1927-1930
Jakub Šewčik
1930-1933
Jan Křižan
1933-1950
Pawoł Nedo
1951-1973
Kurt Krjeńc
1964-1990
Jurij Grós[3]
1990-1991
Bjarnat Cyž
1991-1992
Jan Pawoł Nagel
1993-2000
Jakub Brankačk
2000-2011
Jan Nuk
from 2011
David Statnik

See also

References

  1. ^ History of Domowina (Upper Sorbian)-(Lower Sorbian)-(German)
  2. ^ Peter Kunze (1995). Kurze Geschichte der Sorben. Ein kulturhistorischer Überblick in 10 Kapiteln. Sächsische Landeszentrale für Politische Bildung, p. 70, ISBN 3-7420-1633-4 (German)
  3. ^ Secretary of the Federal Executive of Domowina

External links

  • Official website (Upper Sorbian)-(Lower Sorbian)-(German)


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