Remember the Children of Izieu

Written by The Two River Times. Posted in Arts & Entertainment, Lifestyles

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The teachers and Jewish children who lived at a farmhouse in Italian-occupied Izieu, France, felt safe from the Germans. But in April 1944, seven teachers and 46 Jewish children were rounded up and gassed in Auschwitz, the German extermination camp.

Published on October 11, 2013 with No Comments

By Linda McK.Stewart

Izieu, population 208, in southeast France, some 50 miles south of Lyon, is so small it rates not even a dot on most road maps. It’s located amidst a tangle of roads that wander vaguely through the bucolic countryside. Two lanes lapse into one and one into

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