"So these Lithuanians think they are superior to the Jews. No doubt their historic alliance with Tevtons and Germany gave them this feeling. But the big bear Russia is right next door to remind them of their limitations." - Jake. Say, Jake, the last time I tried to introduce colours in your B/W hagiographic episodes by mentioning the Lithuanian Jewish involvement in Lithuanian civil war and in importing Soviet ideology during the interwar, you said it was incredible. Well, read it in Haaretz then. BTW, is interwar Kaunas still Poland for you? If you're updated on that, time for another one: The proto-German, Teuton state north of Lithuanian Dutchy was never in any other kind of "historic alliance" than bloody wars. Sorry. As for your last sentence quoted, it doesn't even call for a criticism, as I'm sure you'll agree upon second reading.
from the article: Lithuania asks to quiz ex-Yad Vashem head over WWII killings