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A memorial plaque near the lighthouse was erected in memory of the first victims of the massacres of Jews that took place in Liepāja during the Nazi occupation.

The bloody massacre that happened from July 20 to July 25, 1941 resulted in about 1,100 men killed near the lighthouse, of whom 80% were the city’s Jewish intellectual class. By the end of July 1941, nearly 2,000 Jews, mostly men, had been detained and shot.


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