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by Robert van Voren

  • ISBN: 9042033711
  • Author: Robert van Voren
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  • Rating: 4.1 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 210
  • Publisher: Rodopi (June 20, 2011)
  • Formats: lrf mbr rtf lit
  • Category: History
  • Subcategory: World
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The Holocaust in Lithuania. 67. Issues of Compliance and Collaboration

The Holocaust in Lithuania. Issues of Compliance and Collaboration. 108. The Human Dimension. Robert van Voren (1959) is a Sovietologist who currently teaches political science at the Vytautas Magnus University in Kaunas, Lithuania, and the Ilia State University in Tbilisi, Georgia. He is also Chief Executive of Global Initiative on Psychiatry. Van Voren has written extensively on Soviet issues, the Second World War, and mental health and human rights. Rodopi previously published "On Dissidents and Madness" (2009) and "Cold War in Psychiatry" (2010).

Undigested Past: The Holocaust in Lithuania. On the Boundary of Two Worlds: Identity, Freedom, & Moral Imagination in the Baltics).

Undigested Past" is a metaphor for the main theme, contemporary Lithuania s unwillingness to acknowledge fully and honestly a disturbing feature of its recent history, the Holocaust. What does it mean to be a Lithuanian Jew? I thought I knew the answers, but I was wrong. Levas Kovarskis, psychoanalyst As Lithuanians, we need to face the deep and painful reflections of the events highlighted in this remarkable book. A great deal of work is needed on both sides to restore trust between Jews and Lithuanians and, for those not afraid to do so, reading this book is a very good first step.

On the Boundary of Two Worlds, Volume: 3. Undigested Past is a metaphor for the main theme, contemporary Lithuania’s unwillingness to acknowledge fully and honestly a disturbing feature of its recent history, the Holocaust.

On the Boundary of Two Worlds, Volume: 31. Author: Robert van Voren. In a concise yet comprehensive narrative, Robert van Voren, of Dutch origin and Lithuanian citizenship, critically examines the Lithuanian role in the slaughter and admonishes the country for its reluctance to address this troubling matter head-on. in: European History Quarterly 44/3 "This is a most honest, balanced and tactful attempt to promote self-reflection and self-understanding in two.

The Holocaust in Lithuania. Two Essays on the Ontotopy of the Work of Art. By Arvydas Šliogeris. Translated from Lithuanian by Robertas Beinartas. Introduced by Leonidas Donskis. ISBN 978-90-420-3371-9 E-book ISBN 978-94-012-0070-7. Forgotten Pages in Baltic History. Diversity and Inclusion. ISBN 978-90-420-3313-9 E-book ISBN 978-90-420-3314-6. ISBN 978-90-420-2564-6. Disinformation Campaigns Against a Small Nation.

On the Boundary of Two Worlds: Identity, Freedom, and Moral Imagination in the Baltics (. ISSN 1570-7121) is an academic book series focused on the critical examination of identity, politics, and culture in the Baltic countries

On the Boundary of Two Worlds: Identity, Freedom, and Moral Imagination in the Baltics (. ISSN 1570-7121) is an academic book series focused on the critical examination of identity, politics, and culture in the Baltic countries. The book series was founded in 2004 and is published by Brill.

On the boundary of two worlds 3.

On the boundary of two worlds 31. Online. In no sense is this book 'anti-Lithuanian', for, as the author well realizes, it was not only the Jews in that country who suffered terribly under Nazi and Soviet occupation. This monograph deserves a very wide readership, especially in Lithuania. Martin Dewhirst, University of Glasgow, Scotland. source: Nielsen Book Data).

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"This is a most honest, balanced and tactful attempt to promote self-reflection and self-understanding in two nations involved in a brutal genocide. If you are a Lithuanian or a Jew, after reading this book you have no other choice but to redefine your personal identity in order to answer the questions: What does it mean to be a Lithuanian? What does it mean to be a Lithuanian Jew? I thought I knew the answers, but I was wrong." Levas Kovarskis, psychoanalyst "As Lithuanians, we need to face the deep and painful reflections of the events highlighted in this remarkable book. A great deal of work is needed on both sides to restore trust between Jews and Lithuanians and, for those not afraid to do so, reading this book is a very good first step." Danius Puras, psychiatrist "Despite the multitude of available works on the Holocaust, this admirably concise, yet detailed, volume will be an eye-opener for many - probably most - of its readers. Particularly valuable is its comparative (not contrastive) survey of the behavior of many in Lithuania and The Netherlands during and after the Second World War. In no sense is this book 'anti-Lithuanian', for, as the author well realizes, it was not only the Jews in that country who suffered terribly under Nazi and Soviet occupation. This monograph deserves a very wide readership, especially in Lithuania." Martin Dewhirst, University of Glasgow, Scotland

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