A memorial stone was unveiled in Vilnius on September 21 to honor people who rescued Jews in Lithuania during the Holocaust.
The black stone stele with the Star of David and the Pillars of Gediminas, a symbol of Lithuania, inscribed on it was erected in the capital's Old Town, next to a street named after Ona Simaite, one of the Lithuanians named as the Righteous Among the Nations.
The stele marks the site where a memorial to Jew rescuers is expected to be built in several years' time.
Faina Kukliansky, the chairw...
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