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Artwork by Robert Capa, A French Jew Cultivating, Near Jerusalem, Made of Vintage print

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

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Gabrielle Weidner was a Dutch resistance fighter playing an active role in the French Resistance during the World War II. As an significant contributor to the French resistance she has been responsible for the rescue of at least 1,080 persons, including 800 Dutch Jews and more than 112 downed Allied airmen.

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Beaune La Rolande, France, 1942, Detained Jews in the camp. They would be placed in cattle car trains and shipped to death camps. The French assisted the Nazis in rounding up Jews

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:::: PINTEREST.COM christiancross :::: ATATÜRK +++ the British tried twice to conquer Egypt, succeeded onc for over 70 years, till Nasser kicked them out, then the British, the French and Israel tried again in 1956. Succeeded to take Port Said for a very short period. The British (Churchil) tried to take Turkey, Kamal Ataturk, a womanizing hidden Jew, managed to stop them (Churchil killed 100 thousand Turks in the process). Ataturk became a hero, and Islamic Turkey became secular. Ataturk…

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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.

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Henri Fragman Birth year: 1937 Gender: Male child Nationality: French Background: Jewish Death: August 21, 1942 Cause: Murdered in Auschwitz (buried in Auschwitz Death Camp) Age: 5 years

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Sofka Skipwith Russia, United Kingdom - The Russian princess who saved Jews while she was incarcerated in the Vittel camp in France. #WomensDay #wmnhist

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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.

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