Marcus Wendel wrote:Inflammatory posts and responses to them were removed. If you want to continue to the discussions on this topic, stick to the discussing the facts about the years in questions and avoid political remarks or post-war (especially present day) events.
Thank you Marcus. I politically corrected my post (which is informative and important to this topic), avoiding only remark (of 3 words!) that [edited]
Previously it was written by me in this topic, that the last Lithuanian Freedom Fighter was KIA in 1965.
"Genocide and Research Center of Lithuania"
"The last KIA Lithuanian warrior Antanas Kraujalis - "Siaubunas", from "Vytautas" district. killed in action in 17th of March 1965."
) just find out a new evidence, that the last Lithuanian warrior fell in this bloody war with the occupational forces of USSR not in 1965, but on the 2nd of October, 1969
. His name was Kostas Liuberskis -"Žvainys"
(Source: article "The last Lithuanian Partisans"
by Ričardas Čekutis and Dalius Žygelis.http://www.bernardinai.lt/?url=articles/69953
You can also see picture of Kostas Liuberskis - "Zvainys"
in the title pic of new video Songs of Freedom "Slepkis, Slepkis Broluzeli"
It's important to note that this new video with the lot of rare pictures of Lithuanian partisans like other two:
has a unique and very monumental music background. Both are with beautiful Lithuanian folk songs dedicated to our Freedom Fighters.
There are hundreds of such songs created by Lithuanian people. (It documents what real support was for our soldiers fighting in the woods with Red Army of invaders).
To sing such kind of song in occupied Lithuania was highly dangerous and also very brave act of moral resistance. Lithuanians were prosecuted and terrorized by the Soviet NKVD-KGB only for this, and many was sentenced to jail or GULAG, for singing one song only. Such prosecution lasted till Independence of the Republic of Lithuania was restored (1990.03.11).
[political remark removed]