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OILSEEDS-Price Rise and NDDB s-Role

glossed over. Under Russian control since 1795, Lithuania enjoyed a brief period of independence between the world wars, until it was incorporated into the Soviet Union in 1940. Dissent against what has been viewed as Russian domination was put down, as in the fifties when the Lithuanian Liberation Army was wiped out. Unsurprisingly, most Lithuanian nationalists view their move as not so much of secession from the union that they never wanted to join as one of independence against illegitimate occupation.

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