For the first time, the manifestation of anti-Semitism in Lithuania’s everyday life, press, and literature is analyzed based on historical facts, archival documents and rare authentic documents revealing the transformation of such manifestations during the period of dramatic political change and at the beginning of the Holocaust in Lithuania. The book includes several rare documents presenting authentic facts on the manifestation of anti-Semitism. The text is provided in Lithuanian and English.
The book includes historical studies of three authors, who focus on the massacre of World War II prisoners of war in Nazi camps, Gypsies and other civilians (mostly Soviet activists) in Lithuania. Based on archival documents from Lithuania, Latvia, Russia and Germany as well as other sources, the authors seek to determine as precisely as possible the number of victims and to determine the extent of the killing of these categories of people in the territory of the Nazi occupied Lithuania. The texts are provided in Lithuanian and English.
The authors of this historical study, based on documents from archives of Lithuania, Latvia, Russia, Germany and the USA as well as other sources, reveal the mechanism of organization for mass killings of Jews at the beginning of the Nazi-Soviet war in Lithuania and analyze the circumstances of participation of Lithuanians in the Jewish genocide. The authors also aim to determine the number of Jewish victims as precisely as possible. The book also includes a large number of archival documents and photographs. The texts are provided in Lithuanian and English.
The book includes studies of three historians on the tragic consequences of the first Soviet occupation of Lithuania in 1940-1941. In his work, A. Jakubčionis discusses Lithuania’s internal political situation on the eve of the occupation, the plan of the USSR for military occupation, and organization of election to the People’s Seimas as a mean for annexation and sovietization. S Knezys analyzes in detail the process of liquidation of the Lithuanian military and reveals the scope of repressions against officers and soldiers. The study mainly focusses on the fate of Riflemen’s Division No. 29. A. Streikus writes about practices to destroy the religious life. The book mainly includes documents from the archives that illustrate the brutality of the occupation. The text is provided in Lithuanian and English.
The book includes three historical studies on the first Soviet occupation discussing the scope of terror and genocide against Lithuanian citizens. Based on archival documents, the first study reveals arrests and other means of violence. The second study focusses on deportations while the third study exposes the killings of soldiers and civilians. The text is provided in Lithuanian and English.
The book includes two studies that aim to enlighten the reader about a short and tragic period in the history of Lithuania in the 20th century which has not been researched sufficiently enough. One of the studies analyzes the political system of the occupiers, another talks about creation and function of repressive structural models. Based on actual facts and documents, the studies reveal the criminal acts of collaboration with the occupying power. The book includes publications of archival documents. The text is provided in Lithuanian and English.
Vytautas Tininis. Political Bodies of the Soviet Union in Lithuania and their Criminal Activities. The Second Soviet Occupation. Vilnius, Margi raštai, 2008.
In his book, based on archival documents, the author analyzes how the authorities of the occupiers were creating repressive political apparatus which aimed to implement the totalitarian communist regime in Lithuania during the post-war period. The criminal activities of political structures, such as Communist Party of Lithuania, Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, Komsomol, and the whole nomenclature of the party in general which include arrests, physical terror, deportations, and forced sovietization of the citizens are exposed. The organizers, executors and collaborators involved in such criminal activities are put on a spot light. The text is provided in Lithuanian and English.
The book presents a detailed analysis on how the political structures, created by the occupier, used means of violence against the Lithuanian citizens and forced them to follow various political actions in order to establish the communist regime. The publications of archival documents make up the main part of the book. The text is provided in Lithuanian and English.
Stories from the Past. Spaudvita, 2016.