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Communist takeover and occupation of Lithuania by United States. Congress. House of Representatives. Select Committee on Communist Aggression.

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Statement... report ... of the Select Committee on Communist Aggression, House of Representatives, eighty-third congress, second session.
SeriesSpecial report; no.14, 83dCongress, 2d Session, House report; no.2684, part 13
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