Category talk:Lithuanian Jews

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Hope I'm not way off on this - but wasn't Emmanuel Levinas originally from Lithuania? Teetotaler

Yes he was, and to my knowledge he kept hiss Lithuanised form of family name as a form of respect to Lithuania.--Lokyz 20:19, 5 April 2007 (UTC)