Sidney Shachnow, in memoriam.
A piece of 18th-century baroque architecture.
Minimizing the Shoah while making heroes of its perpetrators.
Collaboration in the slaughter of the Jews on the one hand, “Jewish crimes” against Lithuanians on the other.
Shtetl Love Song.
The shadow of collaboration and of Soviet rule.
Sunday—potatoes, Monday—potatoes . . .
A buried courtyard.
And uncovering an escape tunnel.
It belonged to the family of two distinguished Yiddish scholars.
With the help of the Japanese consul.
A legacy of collaboration with murder.
Destroyed by Nazis and Soviets.