Asked • 05/25/19

As newly independent countries after WWI, why didn't Baltic states have sovereignty dispute and war each other like other Eastern European countries?

After the WWI, many independent countries emerged and the borders between these countries, and also the existing Eastern European countries, were not clear, leading to territorial claims, disputes and large scale conflicts, including: Poland - Czechoslovakia Poland - Lithuania Poland - Russia Hungary - Czechoslovakia Hungary - Romania Romania - Bulgaria Bulgaria - Greece Greece - Turkey Italy - Yugoslavia Were there sovereignty disputes between the Baltic states? Were there sovereignty dispute between the states and Russia? And why would that be and how did the Baltic states avoid that?

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Andrew M. answered • 10/16/20

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