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Recalling those who survived the Keidan massacre

By Aryeh Leonard Shcherbakov Preface When talking of the Jews of Keidan, the first who naturally come to mind are those who were murdered: our grandparents, uncles, aunts and cousins lying in the mass grave on the outskirts of town. … Continue reading

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The Keidan Memorial Books, and More

If someone met a Jew from Keidan on a journey and asked, “Where are you from?” he would answer proudly, “Me? I’m a Keidaner!” And on the word “me” he would thump his finger into his chest. Envious, other Lithuanian … Continue reading

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