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Encyclopedia > Central Lithuania

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Central Lithuania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1794 words)
'Lithuania proper', consisting of historical Samogitia, Sudovia and the western parts of historical Aukstaitija and Dzukija, with a mostly Roman Catholic and Lithuanian-speaking population, with Polish, Jewish and German minorities.
Central Lithuania, populated by a Polish-speaking majority and Lithuanian, Belarusian, and Yiddish speaking minorities, with its capital at Wilno.
Central Lithuania is incorporated into the Federation of Lithuania, composed of two cantons - the Lithuanian-inhabitated Samogitia and multiethnic (Belarusian, Polish, Jewish and Lithuanian) Wilno area.
Central Lithuania - definition of Central Lithuania in Encyclopedia (1456 words)
Central Lithuania (Polish Republika Litwy Środkowej, Lithuanian Vidurine Lietuva) was a semi-independent state, created in 1920 by allegedly rebellious soldiers of the Lithuanian-Belarussian division of the Polish army.
The historical Samogitia, or 'Lithuania proper' was the westernmost part, with a mostly Roman Catholic and Lithuanian-speaking population, with significant Polish, Jewish and German minorities.
Central Lithuania, populated by Polish-speaking majority and Lithuanian and Belarusian speaking minorities, with its capital at Vilnius.
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