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Tryškiai (Samogitian: Trīškē) is a small town in Telšiai district municipality, Lithuania with a population of about 1,600.


In late July 1941, 70 to 80 Jewish men were killed in a mass execution perpetrated by an Einsatzgruppen of Germans and Lithuanian nationalists.[1] Two weeks later the Jewish women and children of the town were sent to the Žagarė ghetto where they were murdered during the ghetto liquidation.

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Coordinates: 56°04′N 22°35′E / 56.067°N 22.583°E / 56.067; 22.583