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great powers, Lithuania and the Vilna question, 1920-1928.
Alfred Erich Senn
|Series||Studies in East European history, 11, Studies in East European history (Leiden) 11|
|LC Classifications||DK651 V4 S4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||239|
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The Great Powers, Lithuania and the Vilna Question Leiden: E.J. Brill, OCLC The Emergence of Modern Lithuania. For those who want to see why this Polish-biased fakery -- with bogus "censuses" -- still being trotted out after all these years is not what it looks, I refer you to "The Great Powers, Lithuania and the Vilna question, - " by A E Senn. He is slightly pro-Lithuanian, sure, but is not up to "fixing" statistics to prove his point.
Senn, Alfred Erich. The Great Powers, Lithuania, and the Vilna Question, Leiden: E.J. Brill (Studies in East European History, 11), , pp. The author, a professor of history at the University of Wisconsin, has written a scholarly monograph on one . Senn was born in Madison, Wisconsin, to Swiss philologist and lexicographer, Alfred Senn .His father taught at the University of Lithuania, where he met his future they married, they moved to the United States in or , along with two daughters. Senn received a BA in from the University of Pennsylvania and then an MA in and a PhD in from Columbia University.
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Brill Archive, - Great powers - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. BOOK REVIEW. Alfred Erich Senn, The Great Powers, Lithuania, and the Vilna Question: (Leiden: E. Brill, ). The foreign policy of modern Lithuania in the years after had as its task the attainment of two main objectives: maintenance of the country's independence and acquisition of additional territories which the Lithuanians regarded as theirs.
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Although the new Lithuanian government established itself at Vilnius in lateit evacuated the city when Soviet forces moved in on January 5, Poland and Lithuania both claimed Vilna (Vilnius) after World War I.
Polish forces occupied Vilna inand before the outbreak of World War II, the city of Vilna was part of northeastern Poland.
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Vuodesta Vilna oli osa Puola-Liettuaa ja kasvavan puolalaisen vaikutuksen alaisena Puolan viimeiseen jakoon asti. Siitä muodostui varsinkin perustetun yliopistonsa ansiosta valtakunnan johtava kulttuurikeskus.
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Lithuania, by contrast, was viewed with great suspicion by Western diplomats as a product of German intrigues. 4 The Vilna Question was not the only object of Lithuanian foreign policy.
An attempt was also made to convince the League to recognise its right to annex Memel (Klaipeda). The Great Powers: Lithuania and the Vilna Question, – Studies in East European history. Brill Archive. LCC Senn, Alfred Erich () .
The Emergence of Modern Lithuania. Greenwood Press. ISBN Snyder, Timothy (). The Reconstruction of Nations: Poland, Ukraine, Lithuania, Belarus, – Yale.
The Soviet–Lithuanian Peace Treaty, also known as the Moscow Peace Treaty, was signed between Lithuania and Soviet Russia on J In exchange for Lithuania's neutrality and permission to move its troops in the territory that was recognised during its war against Poland, Soviet Russia recognized the sovereignty of treaty was a major milestone in Lithuania's struggle.
9 Alfred Erich Senn, The Great Powers, Lithuania, and the Vilna Question, (Leiden, ), pp. 10 Lukasiewicz, long Polish Minister in Riga, was considered a key figure in Polish policies toward Lithuania throughout the 's.
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Category: Great powers Directory Of Officials Of The Polish People S Republic.Vilnius (Vilna, Wilno) was captured by Polish forces during the Żeligowski's Mutiny in October and officially incorporated into Poland in March Lithuania protested these actions and refused to recognize the loss of Vilnius even de facto leading to the termination of any official relations with Poland.
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