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Chapters: Stanis aw Narutowicz, Martynas Jankus, Book Smuggler, Motiejus Valan ius, Jurgis Bielinis, Jurgis aulys, Justinas Staugaitis, Donatas Malinauskas, Liudas Vaineikis, Juozas Adomaitis- ernas. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 37. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than Chapters: Stanis aw Narutowicz, Martynas Jankus, Book Smuggler, Motiejus Valan ius, Jurgis Bielinis, Jurgis aulys, Justinas Staugaitis, Donatas Malinauskas, Liudas Vaineikis, Juozas Adomaitis- ernas. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 37. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Stanisaw Narutowicz (Lithuanian: .)) (September 2, 1862, in Brvikiai, near Teliai, then in the Russian Empire (now in Lithuania) December 31, 1932, in Kaunas, Lithuania) was a Polish-Lithuanian lawyer and politician, one of the twenty signatories of the Act of Independence of Lithuania and brother to the first president of Poland Gabriel Narutowicz. He was also the only Polish member of the Taryba, the provisional Lithuanian parliament formed in the later stages of World War I. The Narutowicz family, which had its roots in Lithuanian nobility, received a coat of arms in 1413, changing its name from Noruiai (singular Narutis) to Narutowicz in the process. He was a self-declared Samogitian, Lithuanian and a Pole. His parents, Jan Narutowicz and Wiktoria nee Szczepkowska were landowners and ran a manor. His father took part in the January Uprising of 1863, which was a revolt that took place in the former Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth against Tsarist oppression. While studying at the Liepja gymnasium and later at the St. Petersburg University, he collected Lithuanian folklore and distributed Lithuanian language books whenever he returned home on his vacations. He graduated from the faculty of law at Kiev University. During his studies in Kiev, Narutowicz joined the Polish circle of students and became a member of the II Proletaryat, an underground socialist-revolutionary party and the predecessor of the Polish Socialist Party. However, his beliefs were much less radical than those of his colleagues, and with time his cont...http: //booksllc.net/?id=2561360


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Chapters: Stanis aw Narutowicz, Martynas Jankus, Book Smuggler, Motiejus Valan ius, Jurgis Bielinis, Jurgis aulys, Justinas Staugaitis, Donatas Malinauskas, Liudas Vaineikis, Juozas Adomaitis- ernas. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 37. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than Chapters: Stanis aw Narutowicz, Martynas Jankus, Book Smuggler, Motiejus Valan ius, Jurgis Bielinis, Jurgis aulys, Justinas Staugaitis, Donatas Malinauskas, Liudas Vaineikis, Juozas Adomaitis- ernas. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 37. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Stanisaw Narutowicz (Lithuanian: .)) (September 2, 1862, in Brvikiai, near Teliai, then in the Russian Empire (now in Lithuania) December 31, 1932, in Kaunas, Lithuania) was a Polish-Lithuanian lawyer and politician, one of the twenty signatories of the Act of Independence of Lithuania and brother to the first president of Poland Gabriel Narutowicz. He was also the only Polish member of the Taryba, the provisional Lithuanian parliament formed in the later stages of World War I. The Narutowicz family, which had its roots in Lithuanian nobility, received a coat of arms in 1413, changing its name from Noruiai (singular Narutis) to Narutowicz in the process. He was a self-declared Samogitian, Lithuanian and a Pole. His parents, Jan Narutowicz and Wiktoria nee Szczepkowska were landowners and ran a manor. His father took part in the January Uprising of 1863, which was a revolt that took place in the former Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth against Tsarist oppression. While studying at the Liepja gymnasium and later at the St. Petersburg University, he collected Lithuanian folklore and distributed Lithuanian language books whenever he returned home on his vacations. He graduated from the faculty of law at Kiev University. During his studies in Kiev, Narutowicz joined the Polish circle of students and became a member of the II Proletaryat, an underground socialist-revolutionary party and the predecessor of the Polish Socialist Party. However, his beliefs were much less radical than those of his colleagues, and with time his cont...http: //booksllc.net/?id=2561360

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