9781904113935 Jews in the former Grand Duchy of Lithuania since 1772.
What does GDL stand for?
GDL stands for Grand Duchy of Lithuania
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- Global Distribution List (Microsoft Outlook)
- Glow Discharge Lamp
- glucono delta-lactone (food additive)
- GNU Data Language (computer language)
- Goal-Driven Learning
- Gouvernement du Luxembourg (French: Government of Luxembourg)
- Gradi di Libertà (Italian: Degrees of Freedom; mathematics)
- Graduate Diploma in Law (UK)
- Graduated Driver (s) License
- Graduated Driver Licensing
- Grand Duchy Of Luxembourg
- Graus de Liberdade (Portuguese: Degree of Freedom; statistics)
- Greenstone Digital Library
- Grendonstar Ltd (UK)
- Grounded Di-Electric Layer
- Group Digital Library
- Groupe des Laboratoires (French: Group of Laboratories)
- Gruppo di Lavoro (Italian)
- Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico - Miguel Hidalgo International (Airport Code)
- Games Day Los Angeles (California)
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Instead of using this unique opportunity to liberate human relations from the totalitarian effects, it often steps backwards, and the regress may often be noticed with nostalgia about the" old good times," whether those stretching back into the Soviet era, or the pre-war independence years, or even from the times of Grand Duchy of Lithuania.
The Sapiehas themselves hailed from what was then the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.
The Lublin Sejm, which worked from January 1567 until July 1569, eventually approved of the Union and created the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, or Rzeczpospolita, in which the Grand Duchy of Lithuania maintained its laws, taxes, treasury, government, frontiers, army, etc.
She begins with a summary of his life, tracing his rise in Lithuania, his ambiguous relationship with the Teutonic Order, and his struggles and sometime cooperation with his cousin Jogaila, who had converted to Christianity in 1385/86, married Jadwiga of Anjou, the ruler of Poland, and promised to unite the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.
In the northeast part of this eastern European frontier, its component lands spread out between the Baltic littoral and the lands of Rus', was a genuine anomaly: a state, the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, maintaining its own pagan religion after having had an earlier, and brief, flirtation with the Roman church.
In the fifteenth century the Grand Duchy of Lithuania was one of the world's greatest nations.
The then-existing Hansa merchant bureau in Kaunas was one of the most important Hansa merchants' strategic objects when trading with the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.