- Gochin ankščiau surinktas bylas
- Genocido centras ir kiti, kas citavo: Brazaitis, Joshua Eilberg
Shut the door or open the door?
Hong Kong Baltic Way - or what distinguishes Lithuania from Latvia, Estonia?
he knew full well - unity as a haven for criminals? Reivytis, Šimkus, Pyragius, Kviecinskas, Taunys, Impulevičius
Petras Požėla - until this year did you remove him from
A most enduring crime is to lend one's good name for a bad deed.
Laikinoji vyriausybė ir žydai. J. V. Balčiūnas, 1974 m. lapkričio mėn.
- Į laisvę, 1978
- Dambrava, 1999
- Valiušaitis, 2000
- May 21, 2012 Tadas Valančius
- Parliament Press Release, May 16, 2012
- 2018.02.26, Genocido centras raštas Nr.55 R-21, paminėtas
- 2018.06 Genocido centras dėl Gochino
- October 11, 2018, Genocide Centre to Grant Gochin
- March 8, 2019 Genocide Center
- 2019.08.11 Stancikas
2010.01.21 Lietuvos istorijos institutas, Laurinavičius, Rudis apie "Žydų padėties nuostatus".
Gediminas Rudis, Lithuanian Historical Studies, 6 2001
AECHAMP, Balys Bedarfas, 1953, Mingailė Jurkutė, „Genocidas ir rezistencija“ 2017 m. Nr. 1 (41), JAV CŽV veikla vakarinėje SSRS dalyje. Išslaptintas archyvas ir galimybė tirti Lietuvos pokario istoriją
LIETUVOS ŽYDŲ LIKIMAS IR LAIKINOJI LIETUVOS VYRIAUSYBĖ Juozas Brazaitis
- 1. Nazi War Criminals Among Us. By Charles R. Allen, Jr., A Jewish Currents Reprint. New York, 1963, 16 p.
- 2. He kissed the swastika. “Mintis” Publishing House, Vilnius, 1964, 16 p.
- 3. Nacionalistų talka hitlerininkams. Vilnius, 1970, 190 p.
- 4. Documents Accuse. Gintaras, Vilnius, 1970, 310 p.
Grover R. Molonorie, Covert Security Clearance,
granted on 21 June 1954,
AECHAMP, May 31, 1955: (see page 150)
"Grover R. Molonorie, a covert contact, is a prominent newspaper editor and chairman of a Lithuanian political party. As such, he has access tO a large segment of the Lithuanian community.
He is being used as a spotter of possible REDSOX and REDSKIN leads and is currently on a business trip to Europe, engaged in this type of activity. He does not receive any salary, but is reimbursed for traveling and operational expenses incurred on our behalf. He has a memorandum in lieu of contract." "Contact is maintained by letter via a mail
drop, by sterile phone, and through occasional meetings with the
the case officer."
AECHAMP, page 177.
lip a Lithuanian who came out of the Soviet Union and
defected in Berlin on 26 October 1955. He confessed shortly after his
arrival in the West that his mission was to penetrate VLIK, a Lithuanian
emigre organization, and to approach a member of VLIK with a copy of 4
recruitment statement that the latter had signed in 1941. After Subject's
confession', arrangements were made to have him approach the VLIK member
in a re-recruitment pitch as per his original HIS instructions. This
meeting was held in a wired roam under controlled conditions in an effort
ber would react to an BIB approach and if he
to determine how the VLIK
j as a fellow HIS agent. The VLIK
would be hostile or accept
member reacted by reporting The incident immediately to the field case
• Officer and though admitting to having signed the recruitment statement,
. denied that he had ever done any work for the RIS. He claimed he had
signed the statement under duress and that it VW not uncommon at that
time for the Soviets to pressure people into signing such statements.
(Other sources tend to verify this claim.
Documents Accuse Nr. 52 (Žydų padėties nuostatai ?) tvirtina, kad:
- duota pasirašyti Brazaičio ir ne Švelniko, o Šlepečio
- "ritualinė forma" - tas pats kaip Tarybų valdžiai, Paleckio vyriausybei
- Documents Nr. 40
Sužiedėlis Akiračiams pabrėžia, kad Documents Accuse skelbti dokumentai nėra klastotės
Kova dėl istorijos: Nenutylėti ir nenukalbėti Nerijus Šepetys - apie rastus dokumentus
Nazi War Crimes Disclosure Act - "transparency in government"
Medžiojo iki mirties
- ps.77 - rašo, kad buvo "Švietimo ministras", nemini, kad ėjo ministro pirmininko pareigas
- ps.87 "no derogatory traces"
- ps.88 "he is meticulously honest and scrupulous, many times to his own disadvantage. Security is satisfactory."
- ps.117 Juozas Kazickas
- ps.175 Karvelis, "not an American agent"
- ps.230 twice investigated by INS about being member of Lithuanian Communist party
- ps.233 March 30, 1962 of no further interest
19 Jan 1962, Personally T.V. feels that B. is NOT a good man for us for he is overly publicity conscious and will attempt to use US for HIS purposes and will broadcast the relationship widely just at VLIK does. B. is a crackpot who has unrealistic grandiose ideas for returning to conquer Lith and be welcomed as a hero. H
Nazi war crimes are a sensitive subject - notable step of disclosing agents
In Cold War, U.S. Spy Agencies Used 1,000 Nazis about Lileikis.
The Nazis Next Door: How America Became a Safe Haven for Hitler’s Men By Eric Lichtblau
CIA and Nazi War Criminals: Chap.11-21: Chapter 15: Unfinished Business
Charles R. Allen, Jr.
- Nazi War Crimes Research Report
- Allen's actvities attracted the attention of US intelligence, leading the CIA to open his mail from the Soviet Union in a clandestine program known as HTLINGUAL.
- Allen learned about the Agency's illegal letter opening program in 1981 when the CIA released its records in response to his Privacy Act request in 1978. Allen filed suit against the CIA and the US government for violation of his constitutional rights later that year and he also submitted an administrative tort claim. ...
- Oleg Kalugin, a Soviet KGB officer posted in New York under journalist cover and later a major general, claims that he provided Allen with material to use for his book. Oleg Kalugin with Fen Motaigne, "The First Directorate: My 32 Years in Intelligence and Espionage Against the West" (New York: St.Martin's Press, 1994), pp.54-55. Kaune, VU bibliotekoje
- Spymaster: My Thirty-two Years in Intelligence and Espionage Against the West Paperback – March 3, 2009, pages 56-57. "Another one of my active measures projects was to contact the American author Charles Allen and help him research Nazi war criminals living in the United States. It was a modest schem but perfect for the KGB: it made the United States look bad, and it was in our power to supply Allen information."
- "Allen, a former counterintelligence officer in the U.S. miltary, was tracking down the dozens of Nazi war criminals who had fled Germany with the help of U.S. intelligence organizations and emigrated to America. The U.S. government essentially forgave these men their war crimes; in exchange, the Germans promised to supply information about the Soviet Union or details of top secret German rocketry and scientific projects. I heard that Allen was digging into this scandal and phoned him. Introducing myself as a correspondent for Radio Moscow and a Soviet whose family had suffered greatly at the hands of the Nazis, I offered Allen my services. He said he was lacking good documentary material, and I told him I might be able to help. Allen gave me the names of several war criminals living in the United States, and before long [KGB Headquarters] Lubyanka had dug up archival material on their crimes and forwarded it to me. With our help, he published a small book, "Nazi War Criminals in Our Midst" [sic], which proved to be delightfully embarrassing to the U.S. government. Allen and I struck up a friendship; our families even took several excursions together to Long Island beaches."
- "We had successfully penetrated virtually all the Soviet emigre nationalist groups - Lithuanian, Armenian, and so on. Later, when I became head of the KGB's foreign counterintelligence directorate, I became more deeply involved in the subversion of these anti-Soviet groups."
- Charles R. Allen, Jr. at YIVO archives
- U.S. Use of Nazis detailed by GAO report and author
- HTLINGUAL letter opening by CIA
- The false statement.
- The conclusion of the investigation.
- The circumstances of the investigation - the reason it arose.
- The cursory nature of the investigation.
- The documents which Lithuanian historians found, and their conclusions.
- The decency to Holocaust victims.
Sovereignty and self-determination of the Lithuanian people vs. the dignity of humanity,