Members of our family left Berlin in Feb, 1939 and went to Belgium (some say
they walked there). After the Germans invaded the Lowlands in May, 1940, they
went to France. At some point all German Jewish males were arrested (fear of
spying?) and sent to work camps. The father of this family was one of those
I don't know the name of the camp but a family member spells it phonetically
as St. She-cray-ann located in the Pyrenees.
He became quite ill and an escape was arranged (don't have details).
If anyone could help me with the name of this camp, I'd greatly appreciate it.
Thanks so much.