Poles in Pagan Lithuania

Lithuanian and Polish ethnic territories did not have a common border in the Middle Ages because they were separated by Yotvingian lands. The first closer contacts between Lithuanians and Poles date back to 1209–1211, when Lithuanians started organising raids into Polish lands.

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