Devils in Amber: The Baltics

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DEVILS IN AMBERThe Baltics

PHILLIP BONOSKY

International Publishers New York

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Gentle Lithuania 1
  • Dying Lithuania 5
  • Jesus Overpowers Perkunas 9
  • When Lithuania Disappeared 13
  • Lithuania Stirs Again 24
  • First Successes 34
  • World War I 37
  • First Soviet Republic 43
  • Fascist Lithuania 50
  • Rise of Hitler 64
  • "Neutral" on the Side Of Fascism 84
  • Second Lithuanian Soviet Republic 90
  • The Red Army Enters 105
  • Revolution in Lithuania 110
  • Counterrevolution 115
  • Resistance 131
  • War's End: Devastation 135
  • The Latvian Variant 150
  • Latvia Chooses 165
  • Latvia Struggles to Find Itself 173
  • Latvia Under the Nazi Boot 178
  • Estonia in Defeat 185
  • Socialist Estonia 198
  • A Nation Flees 204
  • Catholics in America 211
  • Latvians in America 225
  • American-Lithuanian Reaction 230
  • The Church in Lithuania (1965) 238
  • The 'golden Period' Of Lithuanian Art 247
  • Waving the Bloody Shirt 251
  • The Battle of The Constitutions 262
  • Lithuania in Crisis 274
  • Is It Dark at the End Of the Tunnel? 282
  • Summing Up: A Glance To The Future 287
  • Index 301
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