Lithuanian children in Siberia
June of this year marks the 80th anniversary of the massacre and deportation of the Lithuanian population – which was later called the “Black June”. The article was prepared for publication by volunteers of Vakcina nuo vatnikų and volunteers of the Lithuanian editorial board of the international intelligence community InformNapalm. First time published on Res Publica – Civic Resilience Center web page.
Visualization from the book “Lithuanians in Siberia”
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