AbstraktIn the times of the Polish People’s Republic researchers into the history of the press from 1939 to 1945 focused on the territory of the General Government. After 1989 greater interest began to be concentrated on the part of the Republic of Poland that had been annexed by the USSR. The history of Vilnius during WWII is peculiar as the government changed several times there. The town changed hands between the Soviets, Lithuanians, Soviets again, then the Germans and eventually the Soviets. This has made the history of the Vilnius press from 1939 to 1944 also interesting. This paper presents the history of the daily press published in Vilnius in the Polish language in the period 1940-1941, that is when the town was occupied by the Soviets; particular attention is given to the most important daily – „Prawda Wileńska”.
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