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impress its people have ever made upon the character of the Stale and Nation- that the time had come when a comprehensive liistory .
impress its people have ever made upon the character of the Stale and Nation- that the time had come when a comprehensive liistory of this remarkable region would prove an invaluable contribution to tlie literaturc not only of the county itsclf, but of the commonwcalth, and of the country at large. With this enconragement, antiquarians and aunalisis, the publishers undertook the present work, and Its People. This includes a comprehensive resumé of. history of the county, from its colonization down to the present day, The narrative down to 1862 is based upon the claborate liistory of D. .
People often develop stereotypes when they are unable to obtain all the information. Being situated at the crossroads of Europe, Belarus witnessed wars and conflicts and it gave its people a certain please yourself approach: better to part company without fuss than to quarrel. Unfortunately, some stereotypes can be offensive. It happens when we gather second-hand information from other sources and get a distorted picture. Belarussians, not being aggressive, hostile or warlike, learnt to find compromises. But when called upon to defend their freedom and native land, Belarussians were fighting courageously.