After Lithuania regained its independence in 1990, its history textbooks have been rewritten several times in order to conform to the new major Lithuanian historical narrative. This article analyses the causes and outcomes of common Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth history and the Polish nation as an ethnic minority in independent Lithuania as presented in Lithuanian educational system during the end of twentieth century—beginning of the twenty-first century. It is based on the research of curricula for Lithuanian history education and Lithuanian history textbooks.

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