Kalevi-Liiva – unknowns vandalized a monument in the memory of Jews murdered by the Nazis in Kalevi-Liiva, Estonia. A swastika was painted on the monument board. The Jewish community cleaned the monument and reported about the incident to the local authorities and police.
In Kalevi-Liiva, at the Holocaust, according to various information, three to six thousand people were executed. Most of them Jewish from Czech Republic, Poland and Germany. The place of execution, which ended in the spring of 1943, was masked by the Nazis. The area had been flattened and forest was planted. On 1961, Mass graves were discovered by accident.