President of the Struggling Lithuania Date and Place of Birth March 6, 1918 Born in a family of Lithuanian Americans in New Britain, Connecticut, USA Family October 7, 1945 married Birutė Mažeikaitė in Nedzingė Church of the Holy Trinity, daughter Auksutė Professional Qualifications 1937–1939 Teacher qualifications at Panevėžys Pedagogical Institute 1939–1940 Officer qualifications at Kaunas War School. The rank of Second Lieutenant in the Reserve Forces, commissioned upon the completion of studies Political and Professional Engagement Teacher and headmaster at Krivonys (1940–1941) and Aukštakalniai (1941–1942) primary schools 1942–1945 Lecturer at Alytus Teachers’ Seminary April 25, 1945 Took the oath of a partisan, chose a code name of Vanagas (the Hawk), joined the partisan formation of Nemunaitis environs and became its commander September 1945 Became the commander of Merkys Unit June 1946 Appointed the first deputy of Dainava District Chief; from September 1947 – the Chief of the District Autumn 1948 – January 1950 In command of the entire South Lithuania (later renamed as Nemunas) Partisan District February 16, 1949 Signed the Declaration adopted by the Council of the Movement of the Struggle for Lithuanian Freedom. Elected as the first deputy to Jonas Žemaitis, the Chairman of the Presidium of the Council of Lithuanian Freedom Fighters Autumn 1949 Promoted by Jonas Žemaitis to the position of Chief of the Defensive Forces of the Movement of the Struggle for Lithuanian Freedom; awarded the rank of the Colonel Lieutenant of the partisans 1953 After the armed resistance had diminished Vanagas continued the ideological resistance to the Soviet regime, wrote memoirs October 12, 1956 Arrested with his wife Birutė (partisan of Dainava District Vanda ) in Kaunas. After imprisonment and torture in the KGB prison in Vilnius he was sentenced to death and executed on November 29, 1957. In 2018 his remains were found at the Orphans’ Cemetery in Vilnius Head of the State November 26, 1954 – November 29, 1957 On November 20, 2018, the Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania recognized Adolfas Ramanauskas as the supreme alive state officer and Head of the State of Lithuania fighting against the Soviet occupation. Buried in the pantheon of the state leaders in Vilnius Antakalnis Cemetery

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