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Latvia Jewish Holocaust



Liepaja - Women’s Detention Center "Prison" –

The site where Jews were held before being taken out to be murdered 
Located at Tiesu iela 5, – Lat: N56.50838, Lon: E021.00422
Site where Jewish people were held prier to being taken out to be murdered –
The Liepaja Women’s Prison located Tiesu iela 5 which was the former site where Jews were held before being taken to a remote location and then murdered.
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On the night of 13 December 1941, Latvian police forces began to arrest Liepaja’s Jews not yet concentrated in the ghetto. The victims were brought to the Women’s Prison, where Jews of all ages were crammed into the courtyard. The Jews were ordered to stand with their faces towards the wall, and warned not to move or look around for relatives or at the watchmen. Some were transported to Škede on the evening of the following day and crowded into a barn “a wooden structure, described also as a garage”.
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