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7'145 Jews who lived in Liepāja on 14 June 1941, on the eve of Soviet deportations and the Holocaust. There is a file card for each person, giving available information on: date and place of birth and death, fate, address in 1941, occupation, names of parents, spouse, children, maiden names, etc. The information comes from 271 sources. This section also contains pictures of the executions of 15 Dec 1941.
Alphabetical and chronological lists of 3'564 burials.
Wall in the Liepāja Jewish Cemetery, which was dedicated on 9 June
2004. It lists 6'428 victims who perished in the
Holocaust or Gulag,
as well as 46 Latvian and German rescuers who saved 33 Jews.
of the site contains 12 pictures
(program brochure, list
of donors, speeches), and a 230-page list
of victims' names, with age at death and place of death. You can
download this file and print out the pages containing your relatives'
names. The list uses exactly the same font as the Wall.
grave in the Shkeede Dunes, where
~7000 victims (including 3640 Jews) were executed by the Nazis 1941–45,
has been rediscovered. A memorial stone, commemorating all
victims, has been installed in
October 2006. This part
of the site
contains an account
well as pictures,
an account of a brazen act of
vandalism by—Jewish bigots. It
also reports on efforts to keep the firm Rapsoil SIA from building wind
turbines virtually on top of mass graves.