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Lithuanian partisans is a generic term used during World War II by Nazi officials and quoted in books by modern historians to describe Lithuanian collaborators with the Nazis during the first months of the occupation of Lithuania by Nazi Germany.

Lithuanian partisans, mostly fighters against retreating Sovietmarker forces during the June Uprising, were later forcedly organized into various groups by German Nazis and several of numerous units did assist and actively participate in mass executions of the Lithuanian Jews mostly in June–August 1941. The term might apply to several different and unrelated groups during 1941 and later:



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