In the summer of 2018, four college students traveled to Lithuania in order to use ground penetrating radar at various Holocaust sites all around the country. Check out the geographical research conducted by students and faculty of the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire. Read about the results collected at our most prominent sites, meet the researchers, and learn about the Lithuanian Holocaust – all right here!


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In the small town of Šeduva, toward the end of our time in Lithuania, a quaint parking lot now sits atop the former location of an old synagogue. Using a 500 mHz antennae at quarter-meter intervals, we shot an 18×32 meter grid across the lot. For the final three meters, topography was taken on 1×1 … Continue reading Šeduva

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