• February 6, 2015
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People speaking Polish in Lithuania in 1923 and 2011

Here we have another two maps. This time, they present people speaking Polish excluding people for whom Polish is a native language.

The website mapijoziai.lt compared the places of residence of people speaking Polish (excluding people for whom Polish is a native language) in 1923 and 2011.

The first map, available here: http://g4.dcdn.lt//images/pix/518×0/za0LvR8UBnQ/mowiacy-po-polsku-nie-liczac-polakow-w-2011-roku-mapa-mapijoziailt-67086644.jpg,  presents the data from 2011.

The second map, available here: http://g1.dcdn.lt//images/pix/518×0/54Ru7rMcGrQ/mowiacy-po-polsku-nie-liczac-polakow-w-1923-roku-mapa-mapijoziailt-67086662.jpg, shows the data concerning 1923.

Translated by Joanna Stępińska within the framework of a traineeship programme of the European Foundation of Human Rights, www.efhr.eu.

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