I am an American citizen who has resided in Canada for nearly twenty-five years. I moved to Canada AFTER the Viet Nam war was over (so I am NOT a
draft dodger). However, both of my parents emigrated to the United States, before I was born, from Lithuania during WWII. Because of this, I
consider myself a Lithuanian-American with a strong affinity for Canada.
Croat brought me to shame. Of course, I am an American but I am proud of my LITHUANIAN roots and heritage. I suppose that if pressed to task, I
would identify myself as Lithuanian more than any other nationality as the fibre of my being and the blood that runs through my veins is Lithuanian.
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