Duchy Of Samogita
- Mass suicide at Pilenai: Lithuanian Defenders Choose Death over Enslavement
- Wikimedia Commons. In 1336, the Teutonic Order set its eyes on the fortress of Pilėnai, located in present day Lithuania. On the 25 of February, the Teutonic Knights began besieging the fortress.
- Baltic Crusades Caused Extinctions, End to Pagan Practices
- The Baltic Crusades left major ecological and cultural scars on medieval pagan villages, and new archaeological evidence shows the campaign caused deforestation, pushed species to extinction and may have even ended a pagan practice of eating dogs.
- New Coins Celebrate 100th Anniversary of the Birth of Dylan Thomas
- The Treasury of Alderney has launched three new coins which celebrate the centenary of the birth of writer and poet Dylan Thomas (1914 – 1953). Popular both in his homeland of Wales and internationally, Dylan Thomas' works have been performed and ...
- Foreign Policy
- Polotsk, Turov, Pinsk and other principalities of IX-XIV centuries born on the territory of today's Belarus, and their successor the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, Rus and Samogitia (mid. XIII-XVIII cent.) were active international actors.
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