For the tiny village of Sukioniai in western Lithuania, the exploits of General Storm, a local anti-Communist hero executed by the Soviet secret police in 1947, have long been a source of pride. All along, though, there have been persistent whispers that General Storm, whose real name was Jonas Noreika, also helped the Nazis kill Jews.
SOURCE: Jewish Telegraphic Agency
The main banner featured a picture of the collaborationist Kazys Skirpa modified to resemble Pepe the Frog, symbol of the Alt-Right movement in the US.
The discovery of the tunnel dug by Jews to escape extermination by the Nazis raises hopes—and disturbing questions.
How? By accusing Jewish partisans who fought the Germans of war crimes.
Only recently did someone happen to notice this remnant from the country’s anti-Semitic past.
by Murray Polner
Patrick Henry’s masterly collection of cerebral and quite readable essays in "Jewish Resistance Against the Nazis," proves that Jews fighting the Nazis and their allies, violently and nonviolently, was fairly common.
SOURCE: New York Times
Should Vilnius preserve its severe Soviet-era statues?
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