Lithuania and Western powers, 1917-1940

Robertas Ziugzda

Published by Mintis Publishers, 1987
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Mintis Publishers, 1987. Hard cover, 254 pp. First English Edition. Good+/ NO dust jacket. Cream paper over boards with brown lettering on front and spine. Light rubbing and bumping along edges and corners. Light overall rubbing and soiling. Binding tight. Pages slightly yellowed with age but otherwise clean and unmarked. NOT Ex-library. NO remainder marks. Scarce. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Lithuania and Western powers, 1917-1940
Publisher: Mintis Publishers
Publication Date: 1987
Binding: Unknown Binding
Book Condition: Used: Good

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Book Description Mintis Publishers, 1987. Unknown Binding. Condition: Good. Mintis Publishers, 1987. Hard cover, 254 pp. First English Edition. Translated from the Lithuanian In good condition. Cream paper over boards with brown lettering on front and spine. Light bumping to edges of covers and light overall scuffing, aging and soiling to covers as well. Binding tight. Pages lightly aged but otherwise clean and unmarked. NOT Ex-library. NO remainder marks. Contents include: Introduction; Lithuania's International Position in 1917-1919: Plans of the Western Countries Concerning Lithuania at the End of World War I,The Question of Lithuanian Territories at the Paris Peace Conference, Suppression of Soviet Power in Lithuania; The Policy of the Western Powers Towards Lithuania in 1919-1929: Attempts of the Entente to Draw Lithuania into AntiSoviet Actions, Occupation of Vilnius The Attribution of the Klaipeda Territory to Lithuania, The Role of the Klaipèda Territory in the Lithuanian-German Relations 1923?1929, New Designs of the Anti-Soviet Bloc of the Baltic States and Their Failure; Western Powers and Lithuania 1929-1937: Weimar Germany and Lithuania New Attempts to Draw Lithuania into Anti-Soviet Adventures, Nazi Germany Prepares Aggression Against Lithuania; Aggression Against Lithuania: Polish Ultimatum to Lithuania, Seizure of Klaípéda, The Increasing threat of German Occupation; The Beginning of World War II and Lithuania: International Position of Lithuania at the Beginning of the War, Collapse of the Schemes of the Western Imperialists concerning Lithuania; Conclusions. [Excerpt from Introduction] One of the most important aims of historical research in the Lithuanian SSR is to disclose, on the basis of Marxist-Leninist methodology, the role assigned to Lithuania by the Western imperialists in their anti-Soviet schemes in the period from 1917 to 1940, to shed light on their aggressive plans concerning Lithuania and to expose the distortion of historical reality by the ideologists of imperialism. Working on the present book the author was guided by the ideas of Marxism-Leninism and the documents of the Communist Party and Soviet government which ensure a correct evaluation of the international situation at the given period, the policy of peace and concern for interests of smaller nations adhered to by the Soviet state, as well as the policy, aims and designs of the Western countries. Seller Inventory # 20180131001

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