A monument to Lithuania's Soviet history is one thing. But fast-food replicas of gulag cuisine and joyrides to Siberia in refurbished cattle cars are something else entirely. Howard Jarvis explores how the proposal for a Soviet theme park has prompted Lithuanians to take a hard look at how to memorialize their past.

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