Selected records from the Departmental Archives of the Loir-et-Cher
Files concerning the internment of enemy aliens (Germans and Austrians in the camps of Francillon, Marolles, Villerbon and Villemalard) from September 1939 until June, 1940; arrests and sentences by the Germans; register of foreigners listed by country; sequestering of property belonging to the enemy; Jewish affairs including lists of Jews and Jewish businesses; internments; a prison register to indicate that Jews were held there before being sent on to Drancy; and restitution of property. The sanatorium called “Les Pins” in the town of Lamotte-Beuvron was used to intern Jews during the war.
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