Historians as nation state-builders

the formation of Lithuanian University, 1904-1922
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University of Tampere , Tampere
Vilniaus Universitetas -- History., Historians -- Lithuania., Lithuania -- History -- 20th cen
StatementAudronė Janužytė.
SeriesStudies in European societies and politics
The Physical Object
Pagination367 p. :
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Open LibraryOL19587427M
ISBN 109514463129
ISBN 139789514463129

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significant group which sees itself as a nation, and there exists a rel-atively common sense of history and religion and a shared language throughout the territory, the building of a nation-state and the building of democracy can reinforce each other.

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