SHOW ME his alleged "anti-Nazi" activity. I think he became an "anti-Nazi" sometime in 1946, and was an enthusiastic supporter of Hitler and of killing all Jews in Lithuania. Was he "persecuted" in the same way Kazys Skirpa, the Lithuanian Nazis' first choice to head a Provisional Government, was? Skirpa was prevented from travelling to Lithuania ahead of the German invasion and kept under house arrest in Berlin by his Nazi masters. Did the mean old Nazis cut Brazaitis's cigarette rations, and he grumbled about it privately? Anti-Nazi, sure.
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from the article: Glorifying a Nazi collaborator in Lithuania