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Robert Frost reveals a neglected influence on his reforms.

Hal Wert tells the story of the two Lithuanian-American aviators, Steponas Darius and Stanley Girenas, whose attempt to bring honour to the land of their birth ended tragically in July 1933.

Volume: 63 Issue: 3 2013

Neil Taylor discusses how political change has left its mark on the Latvian capital’s Town Hall Square. 

Volume: 58 Issue: 10 2008

The mutual defence treaty between Communist states was signed on May 14th, 1955.

Volume: 55 Issue: 5 2005

What did Hitler mean by Lebensraum? Did he attempt to translate theory into reality? Martyn Housden 'unpacks' the term and puts it into historical context.

Issue: 37 2000

Mikhail Gorbachev's period as President of the Soviet Union, 1985-91, was truly revolutionary. But Steven Morewood argues that he failed to understand or control the forces he unleashed.

Issue: 31 1998

Robert Frost reveals a neglected influence on his reforms.

Issue: 30 1998

Merlin Waterson looks at how the newly-independent Estonia is recovering its heritage.

Volume: 42 Issue: 11 1992

Clare Thomson on the pace of change in the Baltic States.

Volume: 39 Issue: 9 1989

It was not only the Jews who fled from Tsarist persecution in the late 19th century. Immigrants from Lithuania came to Scotland en route for the United States and many stayed.

Volume: 35 Issue: 7 1985

J.L. Kirby describes how, early in the fifteenth century, King Henry IV of England ordered three trusted servants to conduct delicate negotiations with the rich cities of the Hanseatic League, whence England imported such precious commodities as dried fish, furs, tar and timber.

Volume: 15 Issue: 1 1965

S.M. Toyne investigates how, from earliest times, the migration of the herring has exercised an important influence on the history of the peoples living around the North Sea and the Baltic.

Volume: 2 Issue: 10 1952

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