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*There are a few civil registers from the period of the French occupation, 1812-1814.
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*There are a few civil registers from the period of the French occupation, 1812-1814.  
*Civil registration begins in 1868 for the Istrian Peninsula (western edge of Slovenia).
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*Civil registration begins in 1868 for the Istrian Peninsula (western edge of Slovenia).  
*Begins in 1895 for Prekmurje (eastern edge of Slovenia), and in 1924-1943 for the Julian region of Carniola (northwestern Slovenia).
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*Begins in 1895 for Prekmurje (eastern edge of Slovenia), and in 1924-1943 for the Julian region of Carniola (northwestern Slovenia).  
 
*Civil registration of deaths was instituted for part of Slovenia by the Germans during World War II.
 
*Civil registration of deaths was instituted for part of Slovenia by the Germans during World War II.
  
 
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  • There are a few civil registers from the period of the French occupation, 1812-1814.
  • Civil registration begins in 1868 for the Istrian Peninsula (western edge of Slovenia).
  • Begins in 1895 for Prekmurje (eastern edge of Slovenia), and in 1924-1943 for the Julian region of Carniola (northwestern Slovenia).
  • Civil registration of deaths was instituted for part of Slovenia by the Germans during World War II.