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  1. Vytautas - Wikipedia

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    Born in 1350 in the castle of present-day Old Trakai (Senieji Trakai), Vytautas was the son of Kęstutis and his wife Birutė. Vytautas was a cousin and childhood friend of Jogaila (Władysław II Jagiełło), who became King of Poland in 1386. Around 1370, he married Anna, who gave birth to Sophia of Lithuania.

    • August 4, 1392 – October 27, 1430
    • Kęstutis
  2. Uliana Olshanska - Wikipedia

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    Princess Uliana Olshanska (Polish: Julianna Holszańska, Lithuanian: Julijona Alšėniškė or Julijona Vytautienė; d. 1448) was a noblewoman from the Olshanski family, the second wife of Vytautas, Grand Duke of Lithuania. They had no issue. Very little is known about Uliana's life.

    • 1448
    • 1418 – 27 October 1430
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  4. Anna, Grand Duchess of Lithuania - Wikipedia

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    Anna was Grand Duchess of Lithuania. She probably was the first wife of Vytautas the Great, Grand Duke of Lithuania. Anna was mother of Sophia of Lithuania, the only child of Vytautas and wife of Vasily I of Moscow. She is best remembered for helping Vytautas to escape from a prison in Kreva in 1382 and thus probably saving his life. Little is known about Anna's life and even her origins remain disputed by historians.

    • 4 August 1392 – 31 July 1418
    • Kęstutis (by marriage)
  5. Vytautas Bulvičius - Wikipedia

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    Vytautas Bulvičius was born to the family of the famous book carrier and large farmer Juozas Bulvičius and his wife Marija Bulvičienė. Juozas Bulvičius owned the estate of Simanėliškiai. Vytautas was one of seven children. In 1925 he graduated from the gymnasium of Vilkaviškis.

    • Lithuanian
    • 5 May 1908, Kunigiškiai [lt], Lithuania
  6. Vytautas Andrius Graičiūnas - Wikipedia

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    Vytautas Andrius Graičiūnas (August 17, 1898 in Chicago – January 9, 1952 in Olzheras, Siberia) was a Lithuanian American management theorist, management consultant, and engineer, and was a known expert in his field. Born to Lithuanian immigrants, he studied at the University of Chicago.

  7. Vytautas Alantas - Wikipedia

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    Irena Baleišytė-Alantienė. Awards. Order of Vytautas the Great (1936) Order of the Three Stars (1939) 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.

  8. Vytautas Pociūnas - Wikipedia

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    Vytautas Pociūnas (September 1957 – 23 August 2006) was a physicist, officer of the Lithuanian State Security Department, ... The wife of V. Pociūnas, Liudvika ...

  9. Category:Lithuanian Grand Duchess Anna - Wikimedia Commons

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    Anna, Grand Duchess of Lithuania. Wife of Grand Duke Vytautas. Upload media. Wikipedia. Date of birth. 1350s. Smolensk. Date of death. 31 July 1418.

  10. Vytautas | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Born in 1350 in the castle of present-day Old Trakai (Senieji Trakai), Vytautas was the son of Kęstutis and his wife Birutė. Vytautas was a cousin and childhood friend of Jogaila (Władysław II Jagiełło), who became King of Poland in 1386. Around 1370, he married Anna, who gave birth to Sophia of Lithuania, the only child of Vytautas.

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