2 October 2000 VILNIUS-The words were written with presumed conviction: “[We] express hope that your genius will allow the Lithuanian nation to participate in your victorious crusade to destroy Judaism, Bolshevism, and plutocracy.” It was a self-proclaimed interim government of Lithuania that expressed its “deepest gratitude” to Adolf Hitler in 1941 for “saving the Lithuanian […]

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