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Alexandra Ashbourne. Lithuania: The Rebirth of a Nation, 1991-1994. Lexington Books. 1999. 219pp.

Arunas Bubnys. Nazi Resistance Movement in Lithuania, 1941-1944. Vaga. 2003. 211pp.

Thomas G. Chase. The Story of Lithuania. Stratford House. 1946. 392pp.

Jane I. Dawson. Eco-Nationalism: Anti-Nuclear Activism and National Identity in Russia, Lithuania, and Ukraine. Duke University Press. 1996. 221pp.

Leonidas Donskis. Identity and Freedom: Mapping Nationalism and Social Criticism in Twentieth-Century Lithuania. Routledge. 2002. 178pp.

Leonidas Donskis. Loyalty, Dissent, and Betrayal: Modern Lithuania and East-Central European Moral Imagination. Rodopi. 2005. 164pp.

Lester Eckman; Chaim Lazar. The Jewish Resistance: The History of the Jewish Partisans in Lithuania and White Russia During the Nazi Occupation, 1940-1945. Shengold Publishers. 1977. 282pp.

Alfonsas Eidintas; Edvardas Tuskenis; Vytautas Zalys. Lithuania in European Politics: The Years of the First Republic, 1918-1940. Macmillan. 1999. 272pp.

Aleks Faitelson. The Truth and Nothing But the Truth: Jewish Resistance in Lithuania. Gefen. 2006. 520pp.

Verena Fritz. State-Building: A Comparative Study of Ukraine, Lithuania, Belarus, and Russia. Central European University Press. 2007. 384pp.

Robert I. Frost. After the Deluge: Poland-Lithuania and the Second Northern War, 1655-1660. Cambridge University Press. 2004. 235pp.

Albertas Gerutis. Lithuania: 700 Years. Manyland Books. 1969. 474pp.

Harry Gordon. The Shadow of Death: The Holocaust in Lithuania. University Press of Kentucky. 1992. 174pp.

Masha Greenbaum. The Jews of Lithuania: A History of a Remarkable Community, 1316-1945. Gefen. 1995. 405pp.

Gershon David Hundert. Jews in Poland-Lithuania in the Eighteenth Century: A Genealogy of Modernity. University of California Press. 2004. 286pp.

Constantine R. Jurgela. Lithuania: The Outpost of Freedom. St. Petersburg, FL:: National Guard of Lithuania in Exile/Valkyrie Press. 1976. 387pp.

Andrzej Sulima Kaminski. Republic vs. Autocracy: Poland-Lithuania and Russia, 1686-1697. Harvard University Press. 1993. 312pp. For the Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute.

Adam Kantautas; Filomena Kantautas. A Lithuanian Bibliography: A Check-List of Books and Articles Held by the Major Libraries of Canada and the United States. University of Alberta. 1975. 725pp.

Bronis J. Kaslas. The USSR-German Aggression Against Lithuania. R. Speller. 1973. 543pp.

Zigmantas Kiaupa. The History of Lithuania. Baltos lankos. 2002. 450pp.

Richard J. Krickus. Showdown: The Lithuanian Rebellion and the Breakup of the Soviet Empire. Brassey's. 1997. 244pp.

Judy W. Kugelmass; Dennis J. Ritchie (editors). Advocating for Children and Families in an Emerging Democracy: The Post-Soviet Experience in Lithuania. IAP. 2003. 151pp.

Suzanne LaFont (editor). Women in Transition: Voices from Lithuania. SUNY Press. 1998. 137pp.

Thomas Lane. Lithuania: Stepping Westward. Routledge. 2001. 246pp.

Dov Levin. The Litvaks: A Short History of the Jews in Lithuania. Berghahn Books. 2000. 300pp.

Bob Mullan. Voices of Pain: Lithuania in Transition. Aidai. 1998. 280pp.

Antanas Musteikis. The Reformation in Lithuania: Religious Fluctuations in the Sixteenth Century. East European Monographs. 1988. 125pp.

Alvydas Nikzentaitis; Stefan Schreiner, Darius Staliunas (editors). The Vanished World of Lithuanian Jews. Rodopi. 2004. 323pp. Papers for conferences in Nida, 1997, and Telsiai, 2001.

Thomas A. Oleszczuk. Political Justice in the USSR: Dissent and Repression in Lithuania, 1969-1987. East European Monographs. 1988. 221pp.

Ausra Paulauskiene. Lost and Found: The Discovery of Lithuania in American Fiction. Rodopi. 2007. 184pp.

Bryan T. Peck. Teaching and Learning in Lithuania Since "Rebirth": A Challenge for School Directors and Teachers. Nova Science Publishers. 1998. 160pp.

Vesna Popovski. National Minorities and Citizenship Rights in Lithuania, 1988-93. Palgrave. 2000. 255pp.

Thomas Remeikis. Opposition to Soviet Rule in Lithuania, 1945-1980. Institute of Lithuanian Studies Press. 1980. 680pp.

S. C. Rowell. Lithuania Ascending: A Pagan Empire Within East-Central Europe, 1295-1345. Cambridge University Press. 1994. 375pp.

Leonas Sabaliunas. Lithuania in Crisis: Nationalism to Communism, 1939-1940. Indiana University Press. 1972. 293pp.

Leonas Sabaliunas. Lithuanian Social Democracy in Perspective, 1893-1914. Duke University Press. 1990. 205pp.

Alfred Erich Senn. The Emergence of Modern Lithuania. Columbia University Press. 1959. 272pp.

Alfred Erich Senn. Gorbachev's Failure in Lithuania. Macmillan. 1995. 188pp.

Alfred Erich Senn. The Great Powers, Lithuania and the Vilna Question, 1920-1928. E. J. Brill. 1967. 242pp.

Alfred Erich Senn. Lithuania 1940: Revolution from Above. Rodopi. 2007. 300pp.

Anicetas Simutis. The Economic Reconstruction of Lithuania After 1918. Columbia University Press. 1942. 148pp.

Timothy Snyder. The Reconstruction of Nations: Poland, Ukraine, Lithuania, Belarus, 1569-1999. Yale University Press. 2003. 367pp.

Darius Staliunas. Making Russians: Meaning and Practice of Russification in Lithuania and Belarus After 1863. Rodopi. 2007. 465pp.

Jack J. Stukas. Awakening Lithuania: A Study on the Rise of Modern Lithuanian Nationalism. Draugas Press. 1990. 191pp.

Saulius Suziedelis. Historical Dictionary of Lithuania. Scarecrow Press. 1997. 382pp.

V. Stanley Vardys; Judith B. Sedaitis. Lithuania: The Rebel Nation. Westview Press. 1997. 242pp.

V. Stanley Vardys (editor). Lithuania Under the Soviets: Portrait of a Nation, 1940-65. Praeger. 1965. 299pp.

V. Stanley Vardys. The Catholic Church, Dissent, and Nationality in Soviet Lithuania. East European Quarterly. 1978. 336pp.




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