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Two faces of a WWII case

To US, a Nazi war criminal; to family, a good man

Vladas Zajanckauskas, with his wife, Vladislava, in their Sutton cottage, is fighting deportation to Lithuania by US officials. Below, Zajanckauskas in a 1942 photo. Vladas Zajanckauskas, with his wife, Vladislava, in their Sutton cottage, is fighting deportation to Lithuania by US officials. Below, Zajanckauskas in a 1942 photo. (BILL GREENE/GLOBE STAFF)
By Linda Matchan
Globe Staff / September 29, 2007

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SUTTON - There are two Vladas Zajanckauskases. One was a high-ranking noncommissioned officer in a Nazi training camp who took part in one of the most heinous massacres of World War II, the 1943 liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto. He lied about his war record to enter the United States. The blood of thousands of Jews is on his hands. ... (Full article: 1904 words)

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