KLAIPEDA LAND. POPULATION CHANGES 1945-1950
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After the end of the Second World War the territory of Klaipeda Land (Ger. Memelland) became part of Soviet Lithuania. The population that formed the region's new society included three main groups: 1) former inhabitants (Prussian Lithuanians, Curonians and Germans); 2) Lithuanian settlers mostly from the neighbouring Samogitia; 3) Russians who held privileged posts.
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