Unresolved issues of complicity and responsibility for participation in atrocities perpetrated during the Nazi and Soviet occupations still burden relations between Jews and Lithuanians by INA NAVAZELSKIS VILNIUS – For many Lithuanians born in the decades after World War II, the idea that their nation’s recent history might have certain dark episodes – whose illumination […]

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