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The Lekhitic languages (also Lechitic) are a subgroup of the West Slavic branch of Slavic languages including Polish, Kashubian, and the extinct Slovincian and Polabian.

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... and personally arrested its leader, major Roman Sziarnowski[?]. His most famous coup was the capture of Peter Churchill and Odette Sansom. He worked with traitor Hen ...

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