The Holocaust in 21 Lithuanian Towns

Compiled and Translated by Joe Woolf



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Akmenė (Akmian)
Anykščiai (Anyks)
Dusetos (Dusiat)
Inturkė (Anturke)
Joniškėlis (Yaneshkel)
Kėidaniai (Keidan)
Linkuva (Linkova)
Pasvalys (Posvol)
Pašvitinys (Pashvitin)
Pokruojis (Pokrai)
Pumpėnai (Pumpian)
Rietavas (Rietuva)
Šaukėnai (Shukian)
Seda (Siad)
Šeduva (Shadove)
Seredžius (Shrednik)
Ukmergė (Vilkomir)
Žasliai (Zhusli)
Žeimelis (Zeimel)
Žeimiai (Zeim)

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