Attitudes of Major Soviet Nationalities. Volume II. The Baltics. Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania.
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The Baltic nationalities described in this volume -- the Estonians, the Latvians, and the Lithuanians -- are in a number of ways a distinctive group within the USSR. They are commonly regarded as the most Western among the Soviet nationalities. They share many common features in geography, history, mode of incorporation into the USSR, level of development, and national problems. The Baltic area except Lithuania in some respects is regarded as the most highly developed in the USSR.
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