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How did one European country free itself from Russian gas?

Lithuanian Navy personnel during the unveiling of a liquefied natural gas terminal, October 27, 2014. Image: REUTERS/Ints Kalnins

John Letzing

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Lithuanian Empire under the rule of Vytautas the Great (AD 1392 – AD 1430). Image: Institut Géograph de Kummerly & Frey

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