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Lithuanian knowledge: Lithuanian is the official language of Lithuania and is used by 4 million Lithuanians. In the United States, followed by Brazil, Argentina, Central Europe and Western Europe, there are still 500,000 people using Lithuanian. The modern standard Lithuanian language was formed at the end of the 19th century. The earliest Lithuanian literary works were Martin Luther's doctrinal handbook translated in 1547. The history of Lithuanian is older than Latvian. In 1918 Lithuania announced the establishment of a bourgeois republic, Lithuanian became the official language. In 1940, Lithuania joined the Soviet Union, and Russian became its official language. On March 11, 1990, Lithuania declared its independence from the Soviet Union, and Lithuanian became its official language again.