Lithuanians

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Lithuanian Scots
... Lithuanian Scots or Scottish Lithuanians are an ethnic minority of Lithuanians living in Scotland ... Russian army some were freedom fighters, carrying illegal books in the proscribed Lithuanian language some were Jews fleeing persecution others were simply economic migrants, desperate to ... Scotland, mostly at the port of Leith, the Lithuanians split into two groups, the Jewish immigrants settling in the Gorbals and the Catholic Lithuanians heading for the smelting works of North Ayrshire, the ...
Prussian Lithuanians - Culture and Traditions
... The Prussian Lithuanians that settled in the monastic state of the Teutonic Knights over the centuries were influenced by German culture and the ... social conventions of the German state, but preserved their Lithuanian language, traditions and folk culture ... For centuries Prussian Lithuanians lived in a political and religious environment that was different from that of other Lithuanians and evolved into a separate ethnic group ...
Suwałki Agreement - Background
... Jews and Poles, but with only a 2–3% Lithuanian minority ... The Soviet–Lithuanian Peace Treaty, signed in July 1920 between Lithuania and the Russian SFSR, drew the eastern border of Lithuania ... In the meantime, Lithuanians secured some other areas abandonened by the Polish army, such as the town of Suwałki ...
Saint George Roman Catholic Lithuanian Church - Founding
... Lithuanians began to emigrate to the United States at the end of the 19th century ... There is no precise data about the first Lithuanians in Rochester ... George's Roman Catholic Lithuanian Parish and the Rochester Lithuanians quotes Mykolas Ventis remembering that the first Lithuanians came to Rochester about 1890 ...
Lithuanian–Soviet War - Counterattacks - Final Battles
... The Soviets had larger forces Lithuanians had two infantry regiments and five separate battalions the Soviets had six regiments and one separate battalion ... The Lithuanians together with Poles planned to push for Daugavpils starting August 9, but the plans were delayed until August 23 ... The Lithuanians maneuvered around the old Russian fortifications, forcing the Red Army to retreat ...