Returning to The Motherland

  • 2007-11-26
Repatriate   (rē-pā’trē-āt’)   –  to restore or return to the country of birth, citizenship, or origin. The Baltic Diaspora talked of returning once their countries were liberated, and now with the Baltics included in the European Union some of the Diaspora are returning.  Some are also returning who have gone West, to see if the grass was greener in other EU countries.  Here are different stories about different people, under different circumstances, returning to  “The Motherland.” Lithuania: Coming and going By James Mcgeever Lithuania has...
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