Lietuvių aktyvistų frontas

  • Lithuanian Activist Front of the Lithuanian General Region
Type of Entity
Corporate Body


Lithuanian Activist Front or LAF (LAF) was a short-lived resistance organization established in 1940 after Lithuania was occupied by the Soviet Union. The goal of the organization was to liberate Lithuania and re-establish its independence. It planned and executed the June Uprising and established the short-lived Provisional Government of Lithuania. The Government self-disbanded and LAF was banned by Nazi authorities in September 1941. LAF remains rather controversial due to its anti-Semitic and anti-Polish views.

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