Location of the monument:
In July 1941, not far from Skola Street, members of the local self–defence group shot 12–15 Jews of Eglaine.
In 1950, upon the initiative of their surviving relatives, the deceased were reinterred in the New Jewish Cemetery of Riga, a black granite obelisk was erected, it has an inscription in Yiddish, mentioning the names of the deceased: “My beloved, unforgettable deceased. Dear parents, brothers and sisters Meyers, Ella–Deborah, Ichak, Yehuda, Zilya, Hannah, Berta, Sarah Jakobsohn and friends Abraham Gellermann with his family, Yehuda Leib– Haimowitsch with his family, Abram Falkin with his family. July 1941.”
- Meler M. Jewish Latvia: Sites to Remember. Tel-Aviv: Association of Latvian and Estonian Jews in Israel, 2013.
- Ezergailis A. The Holocaust in Latvia, 1941-1944: The Missing Center. Riga: The Historical Institute of Latvia; Washington, DC: US Holocaust Memorial Museum, 1996.
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