Talk:Vilnius Free City

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Cool story! But I somewhat doubt that Wenedyk would really be an official language there. --IJzeren Jan 09:51, 29 November 2005 (PST)

One of the things I love about IB is the tiny, interesting details like these. Zahir 09:52, 29 November 2005 (PST)

Thank you :) . As for Wenedyk, I guess it would depend on how much Veneds there were in Vilnius; considering the venedisation of nobility until XIX century and as well teh fact that Vilnius was capital of Lithuania and thus had larger Vened immigration, it might be relatively large, and Russians would probably try to play nations against one another to se "divide and rule" with other snorist states. As far as I understand, Veneda as well was a snorist state at the time? Anyways, if it will be decided that Vilnius has less Veneds or something will change, the list of official languages could be altered Abdul-aziz 10:11, 29 November 2005 (PST)

No, as a matter of fact, you are probably right about everything: the number of Veneds in Vilnius, the Venedised nobility, the "divide and rule" policies of the SNOR... you're learning quickly! ;) The only inaccuracy is that the Venedic snorist state lasted only a month or two, in the autumn of 1948. --IJzeren Jan 10:54, 29 November 2005 (PST)
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