Talk:History of the Jews in Lithuania

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Infobox[edit]

I created an infobox with famous Lithuanian Jews:

Isaac Levitan • Vilna Gaon • Jascha Heifetz
Berek Joselewicz • Emma Goldman • Aaron Klug

Usually when saying Lithuanian Jews it means Jews from Lithuania and Belarus due to the fact Belarus was the bigger part of the Duchy of Lithuania, but I decided to put only Jews born in the borders which are Lithuania now because Belarusian Jews already have their own article! Guitar hero on the roof (talk) 08:43, 10 January 2013 (UTC)