FRENCH CHILDREN OF THE HOLOCAUST

A memorial
Serge Klarsfeld  

 
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Victor Zygelman, shown seated on the right, sent us this picture of smiling adolescents taken in the Saint-Cloud park in Paris on June 22, 1941, the first day of the German invasion of the USSR. They were politically active and were confident of a rapid Soviet victory; all of them participated in anti-Nazi Resistance. In the second row, the second from the right is Marcel CYTRIN, born on June 7, 1926, in Paris, where he lived at 11 rue du Général Blaise (11th arr.). Particularly active, he was arrested handing out leaflets in the marketplace in boulevard Charonne, at the Bagnolet (now Alexandre Dumas) metro station. He was deported on September 21, 1942, on convoy 35. On the left, front row seated, is Jacques FRYDMAN, who also was in the Resistance. He was deported on convoy 81 of July 30, 1944.    
   

FRENCH CHILDREN OF THE HOLOCAUST

A memorial
Serge Klarsfeld

 
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