Gražina Narkus-Kramer
Part II “The Camps”

A presentation by Gražina Narkus-Kramer, about her experience in Lerte DP Camp in the British Zone, which despite material shortcomings, provided an enriching and at times joyful respite from the terror and tragedy she and her family experienced during World War II, first as forced laborers on a German farm, then, caught behind the Iron Curtain when the war ended.  This oral history was recorded at the Nov. 2, 2014 Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania, Washington, D.C, at a “No Home To Go To: The Story of Baltic Displaced Persons, 1944-1952” exhibition program.

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“No Home To Go To” Exhibition Curator and Embassy Program Coordinator: Irena Brokas Chambers; Interviewer: Ina Navazelskis

Camera: Trent Watts; Video Production: Sigita Bersenas Balzekas

See Gražina Narkus-Kramer’s one-to-one interview with Ina Navazelskis:  Part I “The Flight”