I'm of Lithuanian descent, both sides of my family. My dad and uncles fought in WWII. I'm a Vietnam Era USAF veteran. It was Lithuania that led the fight for independence for the Baltic States from the Soviet Union. They're tough, unconventional fighters, as was proven and Afghanistan fighting the Taliban, who feared the Lituanians. In the days of old, Lithuanians fought a "berserker" style of warfare and were much feared and respected. Don't underestimate and besmirch Lithuanians!
A lot of people don’t realize this, but Kosciuszko identified himself as a Lithuanian.
A great tragedy was the fall of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.
I can’t imagine that Putin would want to invade Lithuania. What is the point of sending our paratroopers there? If the US attacked Ukraine from there, couldn’t it get Lithuania sucked into a war? Besides that, every single “spontaneious uprising” for freedom has been engineered by US/globalist/banker interests. Why would Lithuania want to risk such inspiration there?
I recall the Latvian and Lithuanian Labor Service guys in Germany back in the 60..
They were older fellows, some in their 50’s, who told us kids hair raising stories about their adventures on the Ostfront while in German service.