Margaret describes the invasions of Lithaunia, first by the Soviets in 1940, then by the Germans, and the political and personal implications. She explains why her family did not flee immediately and the impact of Lithuanian collaboration with the Nazi state. She explains why moving to the ghetto in Vilijampole was seen by many Jews as a relief.

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