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Lutz Szemkus
Posted 2005-09-29 17:47 (#29229 - in reply to #29224)
Subject: RE: more decisive differences


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Ibicus - 2005-09-29 2:04 PM

Not the only one. 

Yes, there were more: Russian rule in the 19th century and Russian protectorate in the 18th.
 


That doesn't explain the difference of industrial development in Lithuania with respect to the rest of Russia, especially Latvia and Estonia. Just compare production per capita in 1912/1913. Russia - 33 roubles, Estonia - 121, Latvia - 156, Lithuania - 16.

http://gevask.dtiltas.lt/GeVask/html/lent001.html


 


...especially Latvia and Estonia.

Latvia and Estonia = Russia's "German" provinces.

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