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Appendix

[photos and captions]

Translated by Haya Newman

Edited by Rachel Mines

 

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This memorial was erected in Tel Aviv in the southern section of the Holon Cemetery, the Old Gate, Block 11, across from the Hagana, number 95, thanks to the donors and financial help of the Jews of Shkud in and outside Israel.

  1. Into the left-hand column of the memorial were placed the names of the murdered people, written on parchment.
  2. Into the right-hand column were placed soil and dried plants from the top of Alka Hill in Lithuania, from the grave of the mothers and babies. Placed in by Shlomo Taits and Eliahu Reif, the soil and plants were brought from the mass murder site by Maya Ingbor from Fogelman's house in the summer of 1992.

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Market square of Shkud, the place where the murders started on 28 June 1941

 

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Cemetery of Shkud Jews. Photographed after the Shoah, summer 1958.
It was destroyed in the 1970s, and from the tombstones was built a wall for the park

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A memorial for the once-cemetery

 

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The gravel pits near the village of Kulai I, across from the train station

To the left of the black dot was the grave of the 200 strong young people. Behind is the grave of nine women who were murdered in roadside ditches on the Way of Torment from Shkud to Dimitravas, July 17 1941. We, the survivors of the murders, were there in summer 1958.

 

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