Slavic people

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a race of people speaking a Slavonic language


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This bond was especially strong between Russians and other Slavic people of the USSR.
Other groups were persecuted and killed by the regime, including the Roma; Soviets, particularly prisoners of war; ethnic Poles; other Slavic people; the disabled; gay men; and political and religious dissidents, such as Jehovah's witnesses.
The volume, indeed the series, is intended to introduce general readers to the academic discipline of folklore and its perspective on the many Slavic peoples. She first describes who Slavic people are, where they came from, and briefly the history they have gone through.
Different countries have different traditions for their egg decoration with gold and silver favoured by Slavic people, crimson red to represent the blood of Christ in Greece and green for Holy Thursday in Austria, where plants are sometimes wrapped around eggs before they are boiled.
One hundred years later, the eastern most southern Slavic people migrated to the territory as well.
The Greeks have an emotional attachment to the name and have a bordering province also named Macedonia, even though Slavic people have been the majority population for the last 1,300 years in the land that is now the country of Macedonia.
It is ironic that a country that once strived for the systematic destruction of Jews, socialists and Slavic peoples would allow such a senior official to visit the embassy of a state that makes weekly calls for the destruction of Israel.
Historians estimate the total number of deaths to be 11 million, with the victims encompassing gay people, priests, gypsies, people with mental or physical disabilities, communists, trade unionists, Jehovahas Witnesses, anarchists, Poles and other Slavic peoples, black people and resistance fighters.
So, it could be said that the South Slavic peoples, as well as the peoples of Bosnia, have not yet developed and tested a political culture that surpasses the "tribal image of the world" and prefers free man as the greatest value of the social life of people.
Hicks provided a link to a Huffington Post story which noted that, in addition to the six million Jews killed by the Nazis, five million others were also slaughtered during World War II, including "priests, gypsies, people with mental or physical disabilities, communists, trade unionists, Jehovah's Witnesses, anarchists, Poles and other Slavic peoples, and resistance fighters."
The Slavic peoples, in their turn, surrounded our territory like a belt.
The Forum of Slavic Cultures, thanks to the excellent regional cooperation, is recognized worldwide today as a referential global platform for intercultural dialogue and for preserving the cultural traditions of the Slavic peoples as lasting and universal values on a global scale.
Pope John VIII (872-882) named the new church Sancta Ecclesia Marabensis in a letter he sent to the Moravian ruler Svatopluk, she says, and charged it with the pastoral care of the Slavic peoples living beyond the eastern border of the Carolingian realm.
This may reflect the expansion of Slavic peoples into Europe more than 1,000 years ago.