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Posted 2010-01-07 22:27 (#73919 - in reply to #73913)
Subject: RE: There was only one Lithuania in the 19th century


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Lutz Szemkus - 2010-01-07 6:11 PM

Tomas Baranauskas - 2010-01-04 12:21 AM

The title reflects the concept of Lithuania in the middle of the 19th century. The neo-Lithuanians of today had not entered the scene yet. Lithuania was a German province like Bavaria or Swabia. 

Was Bavaria or Swabia inhabited by the Lithuanians? Well, Lithuania in the middle of the 19th century had other meanings as well, and the meaning presented in this book is not even the dominant meaning.

Enjoy classical poem by Adam Mickiewicz
Konrad Wallenrod – Geschichtliche Erzählung aus Litthauens und Preussens Vorzeit



There was only one Lithuania in the 19th century: Prussian-Lithuania!!

This book, published in Swabia, proves it. Publication date 1898!

Albert Zweck: Litauen. Eine Landes- und Volkskunde. Stuttgart 1898

Lutz Szemkus 

And this book proves there were a prussian AND a russian Lithuania in the 19th century:

Publication date 1882 !

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