75 years ago, a wave of brutal murders in some places within weeks and in others within months wiped out Jewish communities which had been building their lives across Lithuania for over six centuries.

By the end of August 1941, Šeduva Jewish Community was no more.

We kindly invite you to join us at the event which will commemorate Šeduva Jewish Community. We will gather on August 30 for Kaddisch at the 3 mass murder sites and old Šeduva Jewish Cemetery.

Event Programme

Leave a comment
Commenting is allowed for registered users only!
By posting, you agree to terms
Read comments Read comments

Lithuanian cinema to begin 2018 with a film retrospective in Paris

One of the biggest and most important projects presenting Lithuanian cinema to Europe will open the...

Baltic Pitching Forum 2017 celebrates best filmmakers from Baltic region

The fifth edition of the Baltic Pitching Forum is set to take place in Vilnius, Lithuania on 6th and...

Lithuania, Germany to sign agreement on 1918 independence act at a later date

The signing of an agreement on a temporary depositing of the original copy of Lithuania's 1918 Act of...

19 people apply for rector's job at Vilnius-based European Humanities University

Nineteen people applied for the rector's job at the Vilnius-based European Humanities University (EHU)...

Lithuania launching campaign Pledge for Lithuania

The campaign Pledge for Lithuania has been launched in Lithuania on Wednesday, with a possibility for...