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Sixty Jewish young men from Plunge, who had been sent to forced labor on nearby estates, were murdered in the forest near the village of Milosaiciai, six kilometers south of Plunge.
Just before they were executed the victims attempted to fight back, but they were all ultimately shot by Lithuanians. The exact date of the murder operation is unknown; it probably occurred at the end of 1941.