Petras Klimas (, February 23, 1891 - January 16, 1969) was a Lithuanian diplomat, author, historian, and one of the twenty signatories of the Act of Independence of Lithuania. Klimas attended law school at the University of Moscow. After graduating, he returned to Vilnius and served on the Lithuanian Central Relief Committee. He was elected to the Council of Lithuania in 1917, and signed the Act of Independence in 1918. Klimas went on to serve as the Lithuanian diplomatic envoy to France, Belgium, Spain, Portugal, and Luxembourg.

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  • Petras Klimas (* 23. Februar 1891 in Kušliškiai, Gebiet Kalvarija; † 16. Januar 1969 in Kaunas, Litauische SSR) war ein litauischer Verwaltungsjurist und Politiker, Diplomat. (de)
  • Petras Klimas est un diplomate et historien lituanien né le 23 février 1891 à Kušliškiai, dans la municipalité de Kalvarija, et mort le 16 janvier 1969 à Kaunas. En février 1918, il est l'un des vingt signataires de la déclaration d'indépendance de la Lituanie. * Portail de la Lituanie Portail de la Lituanie * Portail de la politique Portail de la politique (fr)
  • Petras Klimas (, February 23, 1891 - January 16, 1969) was a Lithuanian diplomat, author, historian, and one of the twenty signatories of the Act of Independence of Lithuania. Klimas attended law school at the University of Moscow. After graduating, he returned to Vilnius and served on the Lithuanian Central Relief Committee. He was elected to the Council of Lithuania in 1917, and signed the Act of Independence in 1918. Klimas went on to serve as the Lithuanian diplomatic envoy to France, Belgium, Spain, Portugal, and Luxembourg. During the Interwar period Klimas published a number of scholarly works in Lithuanian and German language, including Russisch Litauen (Russian Lithuania), a study of Russian rule of Lithuania from 1795–1915; Der Werdegang des litauischen Staates (The Development of the Lithuanian State), describing the emergence of the Lithuanian state from 1915–1918; and Lietuvos žemės valdymo istorija (History of land ownership in Lithuania). While he was serving on a diplomatic mission to Paris in 1940, the Lithuanian Legation was turned over to the Soviet Union. The Nazi occupational authorities in France arrested him in 1942, and he was sent to a concentration camp until 1943. He was released for a short while and returned to Lithuania, but was re-arrested in 1944 during the second Soviet occupation of Lithuania. This time he was sent to a concentration camp in Siberia and spent ten years there. His health was permanently impaired until his death in 1969. He was buried in Petrašiūnai Cemetery. (en)
  • Petras Klimas (23 de fevereiro de 1891 - 16 de janeiro de 1969) foi um diplomata, autor e historiador lituano, e um dos vinte signatários da Declaração de Independência da Lituânia. Klimas cursou advocacia na Universidade de Moscou. Após graduar, ele retornou para Vilnius e serviu no Lithuanian Central Relief Committee. Ele foi eleito ao Conselho da Lituânia em 1917, e assinou a Declaração de Independência em 1918. Klimas seguiu servindo como enviado diplomático lituano à França, Bélgica, Espanha, Portugal e Luxemburgo. Durante o período entre-guerras Klimas publicou vários trabalhos,$ incluindo Russich Litauen, um estudo sobre o domínio russo da Lituânia de 1795 - 1915; Der Werdegang des litauischen Staates, descrevendo a emergência do estado lituano de 1915 - 1918; e Lietuvos žemės valdymo istorija, uma história de propriedade de terra na Lituânia. Enquanto estava servindo em uma missão diplomática em Paris em 1940, a Legação Lituana foi entregue à União Soviética. As autoridades de ocupação nazi na França o prenderam em 1942, e ele foi enviado a um campo de concentração até 1943. Ele foi solto por um breve período de tempo e retornou à Lituânia, mas foi preso novamente em 1944 durante a segunda ocupação soviética da Lituânia. Desta vez ele foi enviado a um campo de concentração na Sibéria e passou dez anos lá. Sua saúde foi permanentemente debilitada até sua morte em 1969. (pt)
  • Petras Klimas (ur. 23 lutego 1891, zm. 16 stycznia 1969) - litewski historyk, dyplomata, jeden z sygnatariuszy Aktu Niepodległości Litwy z 1918 roku. (pl)
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  • Petras Klimas (* 23. Februar 1891 in Kušliškiai, Gebiet Kalvarija; † 16. Januar 1969 in Kaunas, Litauische SSR) war ein litauischer Verwaltungsjurist und Politiker, Diplomat. (de)
  • Petras Klimas est un diplomate et historien lituanien né le 23 février 1891 à Kušliškiai, dans la municipalité de Kalvarija, et mort le 16 janvier 1969 à Kaunas. En février 1918, il est l'un des vingt signataires de la déclaration d'indépendance de la Lituanie. * Portail de la Lituanie Portail de la Lituanie * Portail de la politique Portail de la politique (fr)
  • Petras Klimas (ur. 23 lutego 1891, zm. 16 stycznia 1969) - litewski historyk, dyplomata, jeden z sygnatariuszy Aktu Niepodległości Litwy z 1918 roku. (pl)
  • Petras Klimas (, February 23, 1891 - January 16, 1969) was a Lithuanian diplomat, author, historian, and one of the twenty signatories of the Act of Independence of Lithuania. Klimas attended law school at the University of Moscow. After graduating, he returned to Vilnius and served on the Lithuanian Central Relief Committee. He was elected to the Council of Lithuania in 1917, and signed the Act of Independence in 1918. Klimas went on to serve as the Lithuanian diplomatic envoy to France, Belgium, Spain, Portugal, and Luxembourg. (en)
  • Petras Klimas (23 de fevereiro de 1891 - 16 de janeiro de 1969) foi um diplomata, autor e historiador lituano, e um dos vinte signatários da Declaração de Independência da Lituânia. Klimas cursou advocacia na Universidade de Moscou. Após graduar, ele retornou para Vilnius e serviu no Lithuanian Central Relief Committee. Ele foi eleito ao Conselho da Lituânia em 1917, e assinou a Declaração de Independência em 1918. Klimas seguiu servindo como enviado diplomático lituano à França, Bélgica, Espanha, Portugal e Luxemburgo. (pt)
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