Latvian Central Council

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The Latvian Central Council (LCC) (Latvian: Latvijas Centrālā Padome, LCP) was the pro-independence Latvian resistance movement during World War II in 1943-1945. Its military units were an alternative to the Soviet partisans also operating in Latvia. [1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Geoffrey Swain, Latvia’s Democratic Resistance: a Forgotten Episode from the Second World War, European History Quarterly, no 2, 2009.