Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/108408
Type of publication: Bakalauro darbas / Bachelor thesis
Field of Science: Istorija (H005) / History and archaeology
Author(s): Mickevič, Gabriela
Title: Žydai amžininkų atsiminimuose 1940-1944 m.
Other Title: Jews in 1940-1944 coeval memoirs
Extent: 45 p.
Date: 22-Jun-2020
Keywords: Holokaustas;Holocaust;Atsiminimai;Memoirs;Žydai;Jews;Okupacija;Occupation
Abstract: Darbe rašoma apie ne žydų tautybės asmenų atsiminimai apie žydus karo metais. Svarbiausiu dalyku yra išsiaiškinti, remiantis atsiminimais, kokiso nuomonės žmonės buvo apie žydus, kokie procesai galėjo iššaukti tam tikras pasėkmes, ką amžininkai gali pasakyti apie kontraversiškus dalykus, tokius, kaip pastaruoju metu pabrėžiamas lietuvių žiūrėjimas pro pirštus į nacių vykdytą holokaustą, bei kaip patys lietuviai prie jo prisidėjo.
In Bachelor’s work the content is analysis of memoirs of witnesses in the years 1940-1944. Memoirs from this period represent the times of the end of first Soviet occupation and years of Nazi Germany occupation in Lithuania. Study shows that witnesses largely remember jews prior to Second World War as friendly citizens and neighbours which were always willing to help in any situation. Jews played a big role in daily life, especially in trade. Although conflicts held place in history between lithuanians and jews, we can see that the were not frequent. Memoirs show that jewish population especially sympathized with the soviets and the reason of that is that they were aware of german hostility towards jews. This led to jewish cooperation with the soviet occupants which caused their friendship with lithuanians to deteriorate. According to memories of witnesses during Holocaust, it was the time of fear not only for jewish but also lithuanian population. Witnesses say that there were lithuanians that chose the path of cooperation with germans and helped them to commit crimes against jewish population during Second World War, which were later known by the name “Holocaust”. Although there were people contributing to crimes, there were also people that chose to help jews survive even knowing, that they can lose their life too.
Internet: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/108408
Affiliation(s): Švietimo akademija
Appears in Collections:2020 m. (ŠA bak.)

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