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The Soviet Union occupied the Baltic nations — Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia — for decades. This resulted in disasters such as catastrophic shortages of food; suppression of Baltic languages, religions, and customs; and the terrors of forced labor camps. With the Soviet Union's collapse, the Baltics gained independence and have since become vibrant members of the European community.