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<wm-license-information-description> Map of planned border (thick blue line) for the en:Lithuanian–Belorussian Soviet Socialist Republic (commonly known as Litbel) superimposed on state borders in 1920.
   Germany
   Latvia
   Poland
   Lithuania
   Klaipėda Region (detached from Germany by the Treaty of Versailles)
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  • File:Map_of_Litbel_1919.svg licensed with Cc-by-sa-3.0, GFDL
    • 2010-08-20T19:02:26Z Bladyniec 4100x3300 (335583 Bytes) Ups, wrong proportions.
    • 2010-08-20T18:54:04Z Bladyniec 6187x4240 (260072 Bytes) I've made some changes in city names. Names should be writted in version used that time. So: 1. No Olsztyn, Elbląg, Słupsk and Gdańsk. Changed into German names. 2. Cities in eastern Poland changed from Belarusian to Polis
    • 2008-08-28T06:22:23Z Renata3 4100x3300 (321821 Bytes) blue line
    • 2008-08-28T05:59:04Z Renata3 4100x3300 (321811 Bytes) fix
    • 2008-08-28T05:58:02Z Renata3 4100x3300 (322342 Bytes) {{Information |Description= Map of planned border (thick green line) for [[:en:Lithuanian–Belorussian Soviet Socialist Republic]] (commonly known as Litbel) superimposed on European borders in 1920. |Source=Own work by uplo

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