The history of Lithuanian statehood has always been built by members of various ethnic communities
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The history of Lithuanian statehood has always been built by
members of various ethnic communities
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Tomas Janckus 2018 november 12 d. 09:00

Ethnic minorities in Lithuania lived through the same
historical tendencies as the country in which they live: the
highs and the lows, the occupations, the political crises
and persecution, various reforms. These processes changed
the structure of the Lithuanian society and the composition
of Lithuanian cities. Below, Zenonas Butkus, a history
professor at the Vilnius University, sheds light on how
various ethnic minorities in Lithuania became an inseparable
part of our society, participated in building the Lithuanian
state, defending our statehood and independence.

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