Above and below pictures are mainly from the Photo Album "For Freedom and Fatherland" /"Už laisvę ir Tėvynę" : [fotoalbumas / sudarytojai Dalia Kuodytė, Eugenijus Peikštenis, Dalius Žygelis ; teksto autoriai Dalia Kuodytė, Jonas Vaičenonis]. - Vilnius : Valstybės žinios : Lietuvos gyventojų genocido ir rezistencijos tyrimo centras, 2004 (Vilnius : Sapnų sala). - 255,  p. : iliustr. - Dalis gretut. teksto liet., angl. - Tiražas 1500 egz. - ISBN 9986-18-132-1 (įr.)/
But the primary source of these pictures off course is (left by occupants) the archives of "Vilnius branch" of the same "company" that Russia's president Vladimir Putin
Sorry, Mr. Vladimir Putin
, but unfortunately these Lithuanian veterans of WW2 are not able to attend your celebrations of 60th anniversary of your company's "famous" achievements (shown here).
Here is 2 pictures from the same photo album (primary source this time is the collection of Mr. E.Dirmeikis).
In the upper picture you can see the class of Lithuanian primary (village) school with the teacher (in the center) - Elena Gendrolyte
The picture bellow is the last lesson of history that was thought to their kids by the same teacher and Lithuanian partisan Elena Gendrolyte - "Balanda"
. Those Lithuanian kids and their parents were forcibly brought by colleagues of Mr. Vladimir Putin
to attend her last history lesson - to see desecrated body of her teacher in the town of Kelme main square.
It was executed by the same vets who will parade soon in Moscow Red square, decorated with the medals "For freeing Soviet Baltic states"
in front of the many leaders of democratic countries. Sorry, dear guests from EU and USA for this teacher and her pupils. They will not be able to attend this event...
Elena Gendrolyte-Jurkuniene - "Balanda"
was born in 1926 in Kasciukai village, Kelmes distr., Raseiniai region. From 1947 she became supporter and liaison of Raudgiris
military distr. Member of staff of "Juros"
("See") military region. KIA in 1953 January 17th together with commander of "Western"
("See") part of fighting Lithuania A. Baksys - "Klajunas"
and her husband A. Jurkunas - "Valeras"
in the village of Pazukai, Kelme distr. Body was desecrated in Kelme. Take a look of wooden stick that was put by occupants to hold up her head.
Antanas Baksys - "Germantas", "Klajunas", "Senis"
was born in 1923.06.13 Raseiniai. In the spring of 1944 he joined "Vietine rinktine".... (more later on)
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