Fania Yocheles Brantsovsky Turns 96 in Vilnius




Happy 96th Birthday to Fania Yocheles Brantsovsky!

אַ ליכטיקן געבאָרנטאָג, טײַערסטע פאַניע יאָכעלעס בראַנצאָווסקי!

Fania showing visitors the remains of the Jewish partisan fort where she and another 100 escapees from the Vilna Ghetto lived in the winter of 1943-1944 valiantly fighting against the Nazis. Hopefully the site, now sinking into the earth, will be preserved by European institutions as an immortal testament to the courage of these Vilna Jewish partisans.

Fania is one of the heroic Jewish partisans who helped liberate Lithuania from the Nazis who is still waiting for a written state apology for the massive campaign of defamation waged by state-affiliate bodies since 2008. A listing of the chronology. The most recent outburst. Examples of ongoing state abuse of her good will for PR by the same state actors and their agents who fail to counter the defamation of JEwish partisans is one of the subjects of the German documentary “Liza Ruft”.

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