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Tomas Baranauskas
Posted 2006-11-19 14:09 (#41040 - in reply to #41031)
Subject: Lutz the Great celebrates November 30


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Location: Vilnius
I'm sorry, I have to apologize. You really did exist. Look in the right-hand corner, next to the real Lithuania you can find yourself: p o l n i s c h e s Litauen. 

Thank you, Lutz. This is probably your discovery (for yourself) devoted to the November 30, the day of the Act of Tilsit (1918), when the two Lithuanians declared unification. As we can see, you have no grounds to assert that "Preuss. Litthauen" is more real than "Poln. Litthauen" or vice versa.

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