Grobina Jewish Cemetery. Photo of Cemetery taken in 2003.
Memorial erected by the Soviets at the site of the mass grave of the Jews of Grobina murdered in 1941 stating that it represents a memorial to the victims of Fascism rather than that it was a grave of murdered Jews.
The Ruins of the Castle in Grobina
Sculpure with the Crest of Grobina.
Grobina Railway Station Postcard.
Grobina Castle now Open Air Theatre
An ancestestral family home of Blumberg family at 50 Liela Iela, Liepaja.
Jonathan Blumberg at the Grobina Jewish Cemetery in May 2008. It was overgrown and only a few headstones are still legible.
The Grobina Jewish Cemetery in a small forest with very few headstones remaining.
The memorial notes the names of the Jews murdered in 1941 and buried in the mass grave at this site. It was erected with the help of the Grobina Municipality and facilitated by Vladimir Bahns,a resident of Liepaja, Henry Blumberg and Donald Hirschhorn descendants of residents of Grobina.
Grave of Zippe Aronstam who died on 28 November 1893. One of few remaining legible graves in cemetery. Photo taken May 2008.
Grobina Cemetery – Zippe Aronstam Headstone. Died 28 Nov 1893
Jonathan Blumberg outside home of his grandfather Jankel Blumberg at 49 Liela Iela, Grobina.