In Eastern Europe, Holocaust museums are lacking from key sites that are historical

In Eastern Europe, Holocaust museums are lacking from key sites that are historical

(JTA) — In the administrative centre of Lithuania, an organization previously referred to as Museum of Genocide Victims scarcely mentions the murder of nearly all the country’s Jews by Nazis and locals, concentrating rather on the several years of abusive Soviet guideline.

In Kaunas, Lithuania’s city that is second-largest, another alleged museum hosts festivals and summer camps due to a previous concentration camp for Jews referred to as Seventh Fort, in which the victims aren’t commemorated.

A Holocaust museum called “Tkuma” includes a controversial exhibition on Jews complicit in Soviet policies that resulted in a mass famine, referred to as Holodomor, an entire ten years prior to the Nazis started applying their “final solution. Continúa leyendo In Eastern Europe, Holocaust museums are lacking from key sites that are historical