Is there any reliable evidence that Jews were prohibited from owning
either agricultural or village land in the Vistytis area? In March
of this year, one of the teachers associated with the Vistytis museum
in the local school reported that there was no such prohibitions. Of
course, regulations could have changed over time. Jews did own land
and their homes in the village itself. (One WW II survivor returned
after the war and sold his house to the teacher who created the museum
in her school.) It is not clear where this small village ended and
the farming area began. The Jewish cemetery is now within a farming
area, although there appears to be very little farming in this
--- In Vistytis@yahoogroups.com, "Jan S. Krogh" <jakro64@y...> wrote:
> ..., they could not _own_ land as ...
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