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A highly inaccurate article, based exclusively on claims by Lithuanian natiolalist authors and without a single Soviet/Russian source. The large-scale involvement of "freedom-fighting" Lithuanian activists in the Holocaust, as well as the pro-Fascist stance of many of them is awkwardly called as "some collaborated"
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A highly inaccurate article, based exclusively on claims by Lithuanian natiolalist authors and without a single Soviet/Russian source. The large-scale involvement of "freedom-fighting" Lithuanian activists in the Holocaust, as well as the pro-Fascist stance of many of them is awkwardly called as "some collaborated"

You must have missed this passage.

"Almost immediately after the German invasion SS troops, with the active cooperation of many civilians and some self-styled "partisan" units, began systematically murdering the large Jewish populations of Vilnius and Kaunas. By war's end they had slaughtered all but a few thousand of Lithuania's Jews.

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"Recently opened Soviet archives reveal that by 1949 spetsgruppy had infiltrated partisan units to their very highest levels."
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A highly inaccurate article
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The first of a series of planned deportations did not take place in Lithuania until June 14, 1941, when Red Army soldiers swooped down in the middle of the night to herd more than 30,000 civilians off to Siberia
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From September 1945 to February 1946 the Soviets deported more than 100,000 Lithuanians to Siberian gulags
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Some 13,000 suspected Lithuanian collaborators had perished, and the Soviets had deported nearly 250,000 Lithuanians to Siberia
What year is now, 1985? The true scale of deportations was established by historians a long time ago. If Ed Lengel haven't heard about them then the best he could was to study the topic before writing articles. And what is the habbit of putting the abbreviation GULag in a plural form? That is simply illiterate. Here is a book which is more an academic study and with more ample use of Russian archival sources:
http://www.amazon.com/Soviet-Counter.../dp/0521768330
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And what is the habbit of putting the abbreviation GULag in a plural form? That is simply illiterate.
Only thing I can say about that is 'gulag' has become a word in the English Language, so its not illiterate to use it in a plural form.

What's with the habit of taking a plural noun like "sportsmen" and having it be singular and adding an "a" to make it plural or a "ka" and making a plural noun referring to a group of men refer to a signal woman. That is simply illiterate. Oh wait no it's not it's simply a different language.
I agreed with your post until the quoted part.
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