Opinion: Eastern Europe’s Xenophobia is Understandable

From the foreword of my Christmas present by Almantas Samalavičius:

Lithuania was ruled by a foreign colonial regime that consciously and maliciously ravaged and ruined the country’s cultural and religious institutions, crippled collective historical memory and fiercely suppressed (but fortunately did not extinguish) even the merest manifestations of a desire for freedom.

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