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If I had been a German, I could not have received [N] the mission with which I am charged -- because the messenger in the mission with which I am charged, must come, according to prophecies, from the Slavonian nation, from the country called Illyria or Illyricum, from the town, named in my mother tongue Kamnik, in Greek and Latin Lithopolis, in
The Alps -- including the Julian Alps, the Kamnik-Savinja Alps, the Karavanke chain, and the Pohorje Massif -- dominate northern Slovenia near Austria.
Between 1911 and 1913 Broz worked for shorter periods in Kamnik (Slovenia), Cenkovo (Bohemia), Munich and Mannheim (Germany).