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8 Jewish deportees in the Drancy transit camp near Paris, France, in 1942, on their last stop before the German concentration camps. Some 13,152 Jews (including 4,115 children) were rounded up by French police forces, taken from their homes to the "Vel d'Hiv", or winter cycling stadium in southwestern Paris, in July of 1942. They were later taken to a rail terminal at Drancy, northeast of the French capital, and then deported to the east. Only a handful ever returned. (AFP/Getty Images) #

Bleak: A photograph taken in 1942 shows Jewish deportees in the Drancy transit camp, their last stop before the German concentration camps. Tens of thousands of Holocaust survivors now live in poverty in Israel

French soldiers gathering Jewish persons. Paris 1940. French police actually asked the German invaders if they should arrest the children too. There were hundreds of concentration camps throughout France that are unknown to most people. French police took the Jewish people they rounded up to a stadium in Paris first. From there the French railways transported most of those rounded up to their death in German Concentration/murder camps.

Le Rafle (The Round Up) Early in the morning of July the French police arrested over Jews including children and detained them at the Vélodrome before ultimate deportation to Auschwitz

France, 9/1941, A concentration camp of German Jews.  Belongs to collection: Yad Vashem Photo Archive  Additional Information: The Jews were...

France, A concentration camp of German Jews. The French police helped the Nazi's round up Jewish families,no matter what nationality that lived in France. The Jews then were shipped to a death camp , is history repeating itself?

French police enthusiastically round up and deport Jews from Paris, August 1941, exceeding the German demands and initiating many roundups without orders.

On demands from the Germans, French police round up and deport Jews from Paris, August Many of the French Gendarmes were complicit with this and did not bat an eyelid deporting their own countrymen while others helped them.

Marseille sous l'occupation. Edouard Krihiff and other Jews from Marseilles being deported to the La Compiègne camp,from where they were later transferred to the Drancy camp. Marseilles, France, January 24, 1943 - Standing in the center: Edouard Krihiff - Anonymous No Longer.

Deportation of the Jews of Marseille by French and German nazis . January Gare D´Arenc, Marseille, France.

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❘ La rafle du Vel’ d’Hiv’ ❘ 17 juillet 1942

Aline Korenbajzer Nationality: French (Jewish) Residence: Paris, France Death: 1942 Cause: Murdered in Auschwitz (buried in Auschwitz death camp) Age: 2 years

Aline Korenbajzer Nationality: French (Jewish) Residence: Paris, France Death: 1942 Cause: Murdered in Auschwitz (buried in Auschwitz death camp) Age: 2 years

le velodrome d'hiver a grenelle fut le lieu de rassemblement pour la raffle

Entrance to the Vel’ d’Hiv (the Winter Stadium, or Velodrome d'Hiver), where Jews were detained en-mass in preparation for their deportation to concentration camps in France

November 9-10, 1938: Kristallnacht, also known as The Night of Broken Glass. German soldiers and other citizens attacked Jewish homes, shops, synagogues, and other property throughout Germany and parts of Austria. The attacks were triggered by the assassination of German diplomat Ernst vom Rath by a German-born Polish Jew. Photograph shows the burning of a synagogue in Baden-Baden.  Source: Jewish Virtual Library

November Kristallnacht, also known as The Night of Broken Glass. German soldiers and other citizens attacked Jewish homes, shops, synagogues, and other property throughout Germany and parts of Austria. The attacks were triggered by the assassi

Seven-year-old Jacqueline Morgenstern, later a victim of tuberculosis medical experiments at the Neuengamme concentration camp. She was murdered just before the liberation of the camp. Paris, France, 1940.

Seven-year-old Jacqueline Morgenstern, later a victim of tuberculosis medical experiments at the Neuengamme concentration camp. She was murdered just before the liberation of the camp. Paris, France, 1940 ~j

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