The deportation of French Jews in Marseilles by SS guards and Vichy police, January 1943

The deportation of French Jews in Marseilles by SS guards and Vichy police, January 1943

Rescued WWII French Jews Speak About Experience - News - The Ram - Fordham University at Rose Hill

Rescued WWII French Jews Speak About Experience - News - The Ram - Fordham University at Rose Hill

A French Jew at sits amongst the dead at Mittelbau-Dora concentration camp, a sub-camp of Buchenwald concentration camp, following the camp’s liberation by the U.S. 3rd Armored Division and various 104th Infantry Division attachments on 11 April 1945. Near Nordhausen, Thuringia, Germany. April 1945.

A French Jew at sits amongst the dead at Mittelbau-Dora concentration camp, a sub-camp of Buchenwald concentration camp, following the camp’s liberation by the U.S. 3rd Armored Division and various 104th Infantry Division attachments on 11 April 1945. Near Nordhausen, Thuringia, Germany. April 1945.

James Rorimer with Nazi-looted art by sokref1, via Flickr  At Schloss Neuschwanstein in southern Bavaria, Captain James Rorimer, who later would become the director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, supervises the safeguarding of art stolen from French Jews and stored during the war at the castle (April-May, 1945). Photo Source: National Archives and Records Administration

James Rorimer with Nazi-looted art by sokref1, via Flickr At Schloss Neuschwanstein in southern Bavaria, Captain James Rorimer, who later would become the director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, supervises the safeguarding of art stolen from French Jews and stored during the war at the castle (April-May, 1945). Photo Source: National Archives and Records Administration

Wall of Names: The Wall of Names in the Shoah Memorial in Paris lists the 76,000 French Jews sent to the Nazi death camps from 1942 to 1944. (Photo Credit: Pascal Deloche/Godong/Corbis)

Wall of Names: The Wall of Names in the Shoah Memorial in Paris lists the 76,000 French Jews sent to the Nazi death camps from 1942 to 1944. (Photo Credit: Pascal Deloche/Godong/Corbis)

Klaus Barbie (October 25, 1913 – September 25, 1991) was an SS-Hauptsturmführer, soldier and Gestapo member. He was known as the Butcher of Lyon.

Klaus Barbie (October 25, 1913 – September 25, 1991) was an SS-Hauptsturmführer, soldier and Gestapo member. He was known as the Butcher of Lyon.

The Roundup of the French Jews...by the French police, at Vel d'Hiv....thousands crammed into a stadium, no food, no water, dying, to be transported to their deaths...

The Roundup of the French Jews...by the French police, at Vel d'Hiv....thousands crammed into a stadium, no food, no water, dying, to be transported to their deaths...

A Day in the History 27th March 1942.The very first transport of French Jews came to Auschwitz. This is when the Final Solution in that area started..69 thousand of French Jews were deported to Auschwitz from France. When the Nazi invaded France in June 1940, there were 320 000 Jews living there. 20 000 of them came from countries that were invaded by the Nazis earlier – Belgium and the Netherlands. read more : https://www.instagram.com/p/BDdyG7AvDRa/?taken-by=auschwitz.study.group

A Day in the History 27th March 1942.The very first transport of French Jews came to Auschwitz. This is when the Final Solution in that area started..69 thousand of French Jews were deported to Auschwitz from France. When the Nazi invaded France in June 1940, there were 320 000 Jews living there. 20 000 of them came from countries that were invaded by the Nazis earlier – Belgium and the Netherlands. read more : https://www.instagram.com/p/BDdyG7AvDRa/?taken-by=auschwitz.study.group

Martine Polack 1943 female infant French - Jewish October 30, 1944 Murdered in Auschwitz 1 year and 19 months

Martine Polack 1943 female infant French - Jewish October 30, 1944 Murdered in Auschwitz 1 year and 19 months

A memorial plaque placed on the entrance wall to the Vel’ d’Hiv (the Winter Stadium, or Velodrome d'Hiver), where Jews were detained en-mass...

A memorial plaque placed on the entrance wall to the Vel’ d’Hiv (the Winter Stadium, or Velodrome d'Hiver), where Jews were detained en-mass...

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