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    • zmogus
    • 09.09.07 | 14:46 (IDT)

    "You know yourself you are lying. Millions weren`t sent to Sibiria - there was hardly time between 1939 to 1941 to do such purges even for a murderous regime that the soviet communists were." 1.Millions - not, because Lithuanian population was circa 2,8 mlns at that time total. But over one week starting with 15 June 1941, 30 000 Lithuanians regardless sex, age and political affiliation were sent to Gulag in blind wagons for animals, without prior notice. The reason was the same which let 20 mln Ukrainian peasants dead few years before: the incompatibility with the working/peasant class criteria and susceptibility to any kind of opposition to Soviet invasion. In few more years in the Gulags ended up the fourth of Lithuanian population counting children. 2. Many Latvians liked communists? Many Americans in liked Hitler in thirties; some do today. What's the operative conclusion?

    from the article: Lithuania asks to quiz ex-Yad Vashem head over WWII killings
    First published 00:00 07.09.07 | Last updated 00:00 07.09.07
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