Benjamin (Binyomen) Harshav, z”l, remembers the market in Vilna, where he grew up in the 1930s. He passed away last week. May his memory be a blessing.
Victoria explains how the Iron Curtain separated her from her father for fifteen years.
What were the first days like after the end of World War Two and the Holocaust? Fania Brantsovsky remembers returning to Vilna from the surrounding forests where she had been a Jewish partisan.
Why would a native non-Jewish Lithuanian decide to learn Yiddish? Hear one answer from Saulė Valiunaite-Kinduriene, historian of the city of Vilnius.