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File:PL-RU war 1919 phase I.svg

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   Poland (without disputed Vilnius and Suvalkai Regions)
   Lithuania (de facto borders in 1921)
   Klaipėda Region (detached from Germany by the Treaty of Versailles)
   Suvalkai Region (disputed between Poland and Lithuania)
   Vilnius Region (disputed between Poland and Lithuania)

                     Curzon Line (December 1919)                      Latvian–Lithuanian–Polish – Soviet front line in January 1919                      German–Soviet front line in March 1918 during World War I (at the time of the treaty of Brest-Litovsk)                      Border of Lithuania (1945 – present)

Red arrows - Main directions of Soviet attacks following retreating German army

Note: all cities have their current names, except for three cities in the Kaliningrad Oblast as their names were radically changed after the World War II.


Description Polish-Soviet & Lithuanian-Soviet & Latvian-Soviet Wars in 1919: Soviet attacks. The map shows incorrect borders between Poland and Germany. The borders shown would be later decreed by the Treaty of Versailles, which was not signed until June 28, 1919, and imposed still later.
Source Self-made from scratch using Inkscape. Based on (2001) Lietuvos istorijos atlasas, Vaga: Vilnius, pg. 39
Author Renata3
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