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Isabelle Peloux (right), aunt of Marie Genevieve Parmentier, with two refugees: Trauchen and Senta Navratski.

Photograph | Photograph Number: 33415

Isabelle Peloux (right), aunt of Marie Genevieve Parmentier, with two refugees: Trauchen and Senta Navratski.

Trauchen died several years later of tuberculosis or bone cancer. Senta later married another Recebedou refugee, Louis Loewe, and went to the United States.

Marie Genevieve Parmentier was a ten year-old French girl living in Paris at the time of the German occupation in 1940. Her widowed mother sent her to safety with an old relative in Ariège in the South of France. She sooned joined her aunt, Isabelle Peloux, a military nurse, at the camp of Recebedou. While there she attended primary school at nearby Portet-sur-Garonne, before returning to her family in the summer of 1941.

Date
1940 - 1941
Photo Credit
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Marie Genevieve Dagain
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Record last modified: 2012-04-17 00:00:00
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