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  1. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Vytautas Alantas (born Vytautas Benjaminas Jakševičius, 18 June 1902 – 24 April 1990) was a Lithuanian writer, journalist, and political ideologue. Educated in France, Alantas worked as a journalist of the Lithuanian news agency ELTA and chief editor of the official daily Lietuvos aidas.

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  2. Vytautas - Wikipedia

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    Vytautas is a popular male given name in Lithuania. In commemoration of the 500-year anniversary of his death, Vytautas Magnus University was named after him. Monuments in his honour were built in many towns in the independent Lithuania during the interwar period from 1918 to 1939.

    • August 4, 1392 – October 27, 1430
    • Kęstutis
  3. Vytautas Alantas - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Vytautas Alantas (born Vytautas Benjaminas Jakševičius, 18 June 1902 – 24 April 1990) was a Lithuanian writer, journalist, and political ideologue. Educated in France, Alantas worked as a journalist of the Lithuanian news agency ELTA and chief editor of the official daily Lietuvos aidas.

  4. Vytautas Landsbergis - Wikipedia

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    Vytautas Landsbergis was born in Kaunas, Lithuania. His father was the famous architect Vytautas Landsbergis-Žemkalnis and his mother, ophthalmologist Dr. Ona Jablonskytė-Landsbergienė in 1944 sheltered a Jewish teenager in the family home.

    • 18 October 1932 (age 87), Kaunas, Lithuania
    • Algirdas Brazauskas (as the Speaker of the Seimas and acting President of Lithuania)
  5. Vytautas - Wikipedia

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    Vytautas wis the ruler (1392–1430) of the Grand Duchy o Lithuanie which chiefly encompassed the Lithuanians an Ruthenians. He wis also the Prince o Hrodna (1370–1382) an the Prince o Lutsk (1387–1389), postulated king o Hussites.

  6. Vytautas Andriuškevičius - Wikipedia

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    Vytautas Andriuškevičius (born 8 October 1990), commonly known as Vytas, is a Lithuanian footballer who plays as a left back for FC Kyzylzhar.

    • 8 October 1990 (age 29)
    • 1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)
    • Vytautas Andriuškevičius
    • Alytus, Lithuania
  7. Vytautas Magnus University - Wikipedia

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    Vytautas Magnus University (VMU) (Lithuanian: Vytauto Didžiojo Universitetas (VDU)) is a public university in Kaunas, Lithuania.The university was founded in 1922 during the interwar period as an alternate national university.

  8. Vytautas Miškinis - Wikipedia

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    Vytautas Miškinis is a Lithuanian composer, choral conductor and academic teacher. He is artistic director of Ąžuoliukas, a boys' and youth choir and music school, and of other ensembles, performing internationally. He has taught choral conducting at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre from 1985. His groups have won prizes at international competitions, where he also served as member of the jury. His compositions are part of international standard choral repertoire.

    Miškinis was born in Vilnius, then Lithuanian SSR, Soviet Union, in a musical family. He began his musical career with the Vilnius Teacher House Boys Choir, at the age of seven.:8 He studied at the Vilnius Conservatory from age 17, and became choral director of the junior choir there.:9 He graduated in 1976, in the class of Hermanas Perelšteinas. For Ąžuoliukas he assisted Perelšteinas, its founder and conductor, as accompanist and choral conductor, until he took over leadership at age ...

    Miškinis wrote his first composition in 1977, but turned to composing for Ąžuoliukas in the mid 1980s.:10 His compositions draw on characteristics of Lithuanian folk music. They are basically tonal, but use advanced techniques such as overlay of harmonies, clusters and repetition. Many works are set to Latin texts which he regards as a universal language. His setting O salutaris hostia, written in 1991 and published by Carus-Verlag in 2001, became an international choral standard. As of ...

  9. Vytautas – Wikipédia

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    Vytautas, známy aj ako Vitold (lit. Vytautas Didysis, biel. Вітаўт Кейстутавіч (Vitaŭt Kiejstutavič), poľ. Witold Kiejstutowicz, lat. Alexander Vitoldus, * okolo 1350, Trakai, Litva – † 27. október 1430, Trakai), veľké litovské knieža 1401 – 1429 (reálne 1392 – 1429), 1422 – 1423 súčasne i český kráľ, a litovský kráľ (1429 – 1430).

  10. Vytautas (vardas) – Vikipedija

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    Vytautas Antanas Kleiza (1919-2007) - Lietuvos gydytojas chirurgas, partinis veikėjas, biomedicinos mokslų daktaras. Vytautas Astrauskas (1927–2004) – gydytojas, politinis bei visuomenės veikėjas Vytautas Astrauskas (g. 1930) – partinis veikėjas Vytautas Augustaitis (Augustauskas, 1904–1958) – kūno kultūros ir sporto veikėjas

  11. Vytautas Didysis – Vikipedija

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    Vytautas jiems išleido privilegiją garantavusią jų teisinį statusą (religijos laisvę, teisę į savus teismus ir kt.). 1392 m., tapęs didžiuoju kunigaikščiu, jis nutraukė monetų kaldinimą sritinės Rusios kunigaikštystėse ir pradėjo leisti naujo tipo monetas su Vyčiu ir Gediminaičių stulpais . [15]