Adolfas Ramanauskas-Vanagas
History

A response to E. Zurof regarding A. Ramanauskas-Vanagas

E. Zuroff’s comments on A. Ramanauskas-Vanagas have appeared on the BBC. It is important to analyse the Druskininkai episode in A. Ramanauskas’ biography in detail because the KGB strove to seek accusations for every single […]

Benjamin Netanyahu
Foreign affairs

Israeli PM speaks about friendship of ‘2 small democracies’ as he meets Lithuanian Jews

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke about a friendship between “two small democracies” as he met with the Jewish community of Lithuania on the last day of his visit to Vilnius on Sunday. […]

Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects Lost Shtetl museum render
Society

Ground-breaking ceremony for “The Lost Shtetl,” a unique museum and memorial complex in Lithuania designed by Lahdelma & Mahlamäki architects

On Friday 4th May the ground-breaking ceremony will take place in Šeduva, Lithuania, for The Lost Shtetl Museum and Memorial designed by Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects. The ceremony will mark the official start of on-site preparations for the construction of the 3000m2 museum, which will stand to remember and teach about life in what was a predominantly Jewish area – before local populations were decimated by the Holocaust, according to a press release from Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects. […]

Holocaust
History

“Jewish Death Camps”: on moral illiteracy, and the real face of Poland today

Renowned European historian Dr Inna Rogatchi, interviewed by Rochel Sylvetsky for Arutz Sheva, gives an insightful perception of the new Polish Holocaust Law and Poland today. The interview first appeared in israelnationalnews.com […]

Kazys Škirpa
History

Kazys Skirpa: Saviour of Independence or Perpetrator of Crimes against Humanity

Kazys Skirpa (1895 – 1979) was the head of the Lithuanian Activist Front (LAF) and whom in 1941 rebels declared the prime minister of an independent Lithuania. It is worth reading and making known a […]