The Vytautas The Great War Museum, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the annexation of Klaipėda region to Lithuania, presents a virtual exhibition dedicated to the emergency currency of Lithuania Minor. Until 1923 Lithuania Minor has never belonged to Lithuania, although the Lithuanian ethnic group has lived in this region for a long time. During the period of German rule, when Lithuania Minor faced with the difficulties of the First World War, emergency currency - notgelds - began to be used. Individual cities and towns could have their own currency, which featured local celebrities, architectural and natural features, and historical scenes. In 1923 Klaipėda region was annexed to Lithuania and the Lithuanian currency - litas - was introduced.
Raising of the Lithuanian national flag over the gate tower of Trakai Island Castle on 27 October 19
The oldest postcards in the collection of Biržai Region Museum "Sėla" (2): publisher Petras Ruseckas
Unfamiliar life of Lithuanians in USA: according to O. Ramanauskienė-Lužienė' phaleristic collection
Photographic postcards in the photography collection of A. Žmuidzinavičius creations and collections
Kaunas City Heritage Monuments in the Soviet Era: photographs by a local lore ethnographer Aleksandr
Sixth Regiment of the Infantry Duke Margis of Pilėnai in the Guard of the Demarcation Line (1920–192
Antanas Žmuidzinavičius and Scout Association of Lithuania. From A. Žmuidzinavičius photography coll