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The Shoah Memorial is the leading partner of the Foundation for the Memory of the Shoah. Thanks to permanent support from the
Foundation, the Memorial has been able to develop and host an increasing number of visitors (individuals, school groups, researchers, etc.).

Maison d'Izieu

A place of history and remembrance open to all, the Maison d’Izieu Memorial perpetuates the memory of the Jewish children and adults who found refuge there from May 1943 until the raid on 6th April 1944.

After a campaign by the Foundation for the Memory of the Shoah, the Drancy Shoah Memorial opened to the public on September 23, 2012. A historic place where memory is transmitted, this branch of the Paris Memorial presents the the former internment camp’s history.

Rivesaltes camp memorial

The Rivesaltes camp was successively internment, deportation and transit camp. 60,000 Spanish republicans, Jews, gypsies and harkis were "regrouped" there between 1939 and 1964, the date of its official closure. Today it is a high place of remembrance of internment in France.

Memorial dedicated to the Righteous at Le Chambon-sur-Lignon

During World War II the people of Le Chambon-sur-Lignon and the surrounding villages of the Plateau Vivarais-Lignon mounted one of the greatest rescue operations of the war. Drawing on their Huguenot traditions of hospitality and stubborn resistance, and at risk to their own lives, they sheltered literally thousands of refugees.

The Camp des Milles, an important place of remembrance of the internment and deportation of France’s Jews, houses a museum created with support from the Foundation for the Memory of the Shoah. The Camp des Milles Memorial Site was one of the key projects of Marseille Provence 2013: European Capital of Culture.

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The room dedicated to the Genocide of the Jews and mass violence, the biggest in the "World war - Total war" section, gives an idea of the unheard-of climate of violence at whose heart mass killings were perpetrated in both Europe and Asia-Pacific between 1937 and 1945.

Gurs Camp Memorial

In the context of the creation of a network of Shoah remembrance sites in France, the Foundation for the Memory of the Shaoh supported the development of the site of the former Gurs camp in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques.