Lithuanian army entering Vilnius, 1939
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|Caption||First mechanised columns of the Lithuanian army entering Vilnius, 1939. Vilnius was returned to Lithuania by the Soviet Union after its invasion of eastern Poland in September 1939. The Soviets then annexed and occupied Lithuania in June 1940.|
|Creator||European Photographer (20th century)|
|Artwork medium||black and white photograph|
|Credit||Look and Learn / Elgar Collection|
|1930s Lithuanian Lithuania Baltic States army soldiers motorcycle Motorbike sidecar crowds greeting welcome welcoming popular Vilnius salute saluting liberation independence temporary freedom city street World War II World War 2 WWII Second World War entering|
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|XD168797||Hi-res: 5,005 x 3,197 pixels
Lo-res: 1,251 x 799 pixels
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