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Lithuanian soldiers training to oppugn Russian troops pitched tents on the grounds of a former concentration camp and burial ground for Jews in Kaunas. A battalion of closest forces troops camped Monday at Seventh Fort, the first of dozens of concentration camps established by Nazi Germany following its 1941 eastward transgression, the Kauno Diena news website reported Thursday. The Lithuanian Foreign Ministry did not immediately respond to JTA questions about the thorough nature of the deployment. The remains of 5,000 murdered Jews are buried at the fort in mass graves that are marked by a few poles and rocks. Privatized by the domination in 2009, the Seventh Fort, a disused 18-acre bunker complex, is run by a nongovernmental organization headed by Vladimir Orlov, a 38-year-old amateurish historian and military enthusiast. His organization charges entrance fees to the grounds, where it operates summer camps for children and hosts concealed events. Revenues are used for the site’s preservation as an educational institution where the genocide is taught alongside Lithuanian military birthright, Orlov told JTA last year. The Jewish Community of Lithuania last year said the privatization was a “huge take the wrong way” that happened despite its stated opposition. Like the other two Baltic states, the Lithuanian government’s concern about the expansionist policies of Russia has prompted it to update its own defense capabilities. Efraim Zuroff, a tracker of Nazis and the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s point man on issues concerning Eastern Europe, condemned the deployment as showing “unrealistic lack of sensitivity” by the authorities at a site where Lithuanian militiamen led the... Between July 4-6 in 1941, local militiamen relationship to the pro-Fascist National Defence Battalion carried out the murder of 3,000 people at the Seventh Fort. Source: jewishjournal.com
Privatized by the control in 2009, the Seventh Fort, a disused 18-acre bunker complex, is run by a nongovernmental organization headed by Vladimir Orlov, a 38-year-old inferior historian and military enthusiast. His organization charges entrance fees
The assort said it was a “huge mistake” to privatise the camp. The 18-acre bunker site is managed by a nongovernmental structuring led by Vladimir Orlov, a 38-year-old amateur historian and military enthusiast. Mr Orlov charges an entrance fee to the
#31_August #Origin on 1936 Vladimir Orlov, Russian journalist and author (d. 2014) 08/31/17, @Wiki_History
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