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Seeking Jewish children born 1943 in Saint Martin Vésubie, Alpes-Maritimes, France #france
During the Italian occupation of the Alpes-Maritimes in France in 1943, the area was a relative haven for Jews. Around a thousand live in Saint Martin Vésubie, in the Alps north of Nice, until they fled in September 1943 to escape the arrival of the German army after the Italian Armistice with the Allies was announced.
Between April 1943 and August 1943, twelve births of Jewish children are recorded in Saint Martin Vésubie. Of these: five were deported, four are known to have survived. The fate of three others is unknown. I am seeking information on those whose fate is unknown and of anyone else connected in 1943 to Saint Martin Vésubie.
Children who were deported:
Children who survived:
Seeking traces of children whose fate is unknown:
Our Association pour la Mémoire de l'Été 1943 (AME 43) documents the history of the Jews of Saint Martin Vésubie, connects with their descendants and organises events to remember the period and those that helped the Jews.
David Bernheim, President of l'Association pour la Mémoire de l'Été 1943 (AME 43)
06450 St Martin Vésubie, France
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