FRENCH CHILDREN OF THE HOLOCAUST

A memorial
Serge Klarsfeld  

 
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Jeannette                        Maurice                                 Simon
 
Charlotte (Krejndla) GRYF and her four children – Jeannette, age 9; Maurice, 7; Simon, 5; and Léon, 1 – born in Rheims, had taken refuge in the southwest. They were transferred from Bordeaux to Drancy and deported on convoy 29 of September 7, 1942. At Rheims they lived at 173 avenue Jean Jaurès. This picture shows the three oldest children; it was taken before Léon was born. On the train, Jeannette wrote a note to her aunt which the latter received: If you get a letter from Papa, write him of our unhappiness, and I don't know if we'll see each other again. Aunt dear, it would be very kind of you to send this letter to Papa. Papa, we say hello to you for always, a hello from us all and thank you for everything.    
   

FRENCH CHILDREN OF THE HOLOCAUST

A memorial
Serge Klarsfeld

 
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