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The Large Vilnius Jewish Ghetto



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Monument in Remembrance of Vilnius Ghetto Martyrs and Fighters in 1941-1943. The Large Vilnius Jewish Ghetto was liquidated on September 23, 1943, and the Jews who couold work were moved to concentration and labor camps

Former Vilnius Ghetto Theatre. Jewish institutions, which included the theatre, did not stop operating in the ghetto during WWII. A theatre was in operation in the Large Ghetto in 1942-1943

The Ghetto Library’s building, now under the reconstruction. At the time of ghetto, the name of the street was Strashun Street in which the library was located


All photos are copyrighted by Vladislav B. Sotirovic

© Vladislav B. Sotirovic 2019

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