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The Jewish Cemetery

Mass grave of the children from mixed marriages who were shot at the Jewish cemetery Mass grave of the children from mixed marriages who were shot at the Jewish cemetery Monument on the mass grave at the Jewish cemetery Monument on the mass grave at the Jewish cemetery

At the end of 1942, the survivors of the two mass murder operations were shot in the New Jewish Cemetery in Bar, close to the Frunze kolkhoz. The exact number of victims remains unknown.
In addition, several dozen Jewish professionals – doctors and artisans – were shot at the same site. They had managed to flee to the village of Balki in Transnistria at the beginning of the occupation, thanks to the assistance of the Jewish community. After the August and October 1942 mass murders, they were brought back by the Germans and shot at the Old Jewish Cemetery in Bar; the exact date of the murder and number of victims remains unknown.
Lastly, after their Jewish parents had been murdered in the ghetto, children from mixed marriages were taken from their non-Jewish parents and shot at the Jewish cemetery.