We Thought We'd Be Back Soon. It's Hard to Leave Lithuania, Especially for a Farmer
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We Thought We'd Be Back Soon. It's Hard to Leave Lithuania,
Especially for a Farmer
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Sigita Pūkienė 2017 november 2 d. 14:54

This is an extract from the book "We Thought We'd Be
Back Soon. 18 Stories of Refugees 1940-1944" (compiled
and edited by Dalia Stakė Anysas, Dalia Cidzikaitė and
Laima Petrauskas VanderStoep, published by Aukso žuvys,
2017). The book is an impressive collection of reminiscences
about emigration by Lithuanians to the West during World War
II. The conversations with émigrés that are central to the
book bring new knowledge about wartime reality and provide
insight into the meanings of home and place, and the social
impact of the geopolitical upheaval when the state's
sovereignty is annihilated.

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