Rūta Vanagaitė

Opinion: Why we have not, do not and will not talk about Holocaust in Lithuania

Vilijampolė, Kaunas, winter. The project “Being a Jew”. A group of thirty teachers led by a Jewish guide are standing in the former Kaunas ghetto. Houses, garages, storage spaces, wood piles where, during the war, thousands of Jews were herded like animals by the Nazis, where Jewish children played, and from where they were later taken to a square or to one of the Kaunas forts and shot. […]