On the eve of World War II, approximately 1300 Jews lived in Moletai, Lithuania, comprising 75% of the town’s population. Most of the Jews in the town worked in trade and various crafts. This photograph of the eleventh graduating class of the school along with their teachers was taken towards the end of the school year on 2 June 1936. In August 1941, most of the town's Jews were murdered by the Germans.
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