Index

a
Adamkus, Valdas, 131 , 137 , 144 , 147 -8-9, 152 , 158 , 159
Afanasyev, Yuri, 107
Agenda 2000,215
Algirdas, ( 6)
Alksnis, Colonel Viktor, 117
Amber Teleholdings, 184
American Jewish Foundation, 157
Andropov, Iurii, 68 , 96
Apžvalgaxxxi
Assimilation
Russian policy of, xxvii
Soviet policy of, 1 , 68 , 70
Atlantic Charter, 691
Aušra,xxx , 75 , 91

b
Baden, Prince Max von, 5
Bakatin, Vadim, 116
Balcerowicz, Leszek, 164
Balfour, Arthur, 31
BALTBAT, 212 , 218
BALTNET, 212
BALTRON, 212
Baltic Assembly, 106 , 217
Baltic Co-operation Council, 217
Baltic Council of Ministers, 217 -18
Baltic Entente, 34 -5
Baltic Free Trade Area, 187 -8
Baltic identity, 220
Baltic League
potential members of, 33
difficulties in way of, 33
objectives of, 33 -4
reasons for failure, 34
Baltic neutrality, 35 -6
Banking crisis 146 , 180 -1
Bank of Lithuania, 168 , 170 , 180 -1
Basanavičius, Jonas, xxx , xxxiii , 22
Bermondt-Avalov, Pavel Mikhailovich, 6 , 8 ,
Bičkauskas, Egidijus, 217
Biržai oil pipeline, 184 , 189
Bolsheviks,
aggression against Lithuania, 6 , 7
attitudes to self-determination of subject nationalities, xvii , 2
failure in Lithuania 1919, 7 - 8
Book smuggling, xxix
Borisevičius, Bishop Vincentas, 71
Boruta, Bishop Jonas, 156
Brazauskas, Algirdas, 102 -3, 106 , 108 , 110 , 111 , 114 , 120 , 132 , 132 , 139 , 142 , 147 , 153 , 156 , 170 , 201 , 202 , 210
Brest-Litovsk, Treaty of (1918), 5
Brezhnev, Leonid, 68 , 70 , 89
Bulduri conference, 33
Būtingė oil terminal, 184 , 189
Butler, R.A., 36

c
Calendar demonstrations, 99 , 100
Capìtal punishment, 137
Carr, E.H., 20 , 31
Catholic Church, xxix , xxx , 21 , 28 , 54 , 71 -2, 89 - 90
identification of, with resistance to Russification, xxix
Catholic Committee for the Defence of Believers' Rights, 90
Central European Free Trade Association (CEFTA), 187 , 211
Centre Union, 134 , 141 , 145
Černius, General Jonas, 28
Chernobyl, 81 , 100 , 189
Christian Democratic Party, 21 -4, 28 , 134 , 141 , 144 , 145

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