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Memorial near the gravel pits

 

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We are standing by the big gravesite of the men – Jews, Lithuanians, and
Soviet Army soldiers – behind the Shaul Hall, behind the threshing place,
across the river. Picture was taken in 1958

 

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On the top of Alka Hill – the grave of the babies, up to 1½ years,
with their mothers. The memorial was unveiled in 1966

 

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At the foot of Alka Hill there is a grey stone memorial

It's written that in this place, between 1941 and 19944, the murderers killed 510 people. It doesn't say that these people were all Jews: the women, children, and babies of Shkud. On August 15-16 1941, 289 of these people were buried alive. Standing from right: Leib Yelovich, Hana Shaf-Brener, Berl Yelovich, and Moshe Elkind. November 1966 at the official government unveiling of the memorials.

 

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These are the skeletons of the women and children from the graves on the Way of Torment
from Shkud to Dimitravas. They were driven from Shkud on July 17-18, 1941

 

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Skulls from the grave of 80 young Jewish and Lithuanian activists:
near the train tracks, behind the Jewish cemetery to the right

 

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Two hundred skeletons of the murdered people near Kulai I

 

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This is the official funeral of the bones in Shkud, June 13, 1963, with 100 flower wreaths.
Behind the coffins: Braina Blecher, Hana Shaf, and Ela Yelovich

 

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