French Victory Day

French Victory Day In Aix-en-Provence

France was occupied by Germany from May 1940 through December 1944, when the Germans were forced to retreat by advancing Allied forces. There were 49 concentration camps in France during the occupation, and Jewish citizens were required to wear the infamous yellow badge. In July 1942, more than 13,000 Jewish residents in Paris were victims …

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