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Les juifs à Marseille pendant la seconde guerre mondiale : août 1939-août 1944

Author: Renée Dray-Bensousan
Publisher: Paris : Belles lettres, 2004.
Series: Histoire (Belles Lettres (Firm)), 61.
Edition/Format:   Print book : FrenchView all editions and formats
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Studies antisemitic Vichy policies in Marseille between 1939-44 and reactions of Jews to their exclusion from French society. Pt. 1 (pp. 25-93) examines the transformation of Marseille into a hub of Jewish life between 1939-41, when thousands of refugees arrived from Paris, Alsace, and occupied Europe, and French Jewish charity organizations relocated their activities there. Pt. 2 (pp. 97-188) traces the singling  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
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Dray-Bensousan, Renée.
Juifs à Marseille pendant la seconde guerre mondiale.
Paris : Belles lettres, 2004
(OCoLC)604614242
Online version:
Dray-Bensousan, Renée.
Juifs à Marseille pendant la seconde guerre mondiale.
Paris : Belles lettres, 2004
(OCoLC)607061229
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Renée Dray-Bensousan
ISBN: 2251380663 9782251380667
OCLC Number: 55675568
Notes: Subtitle from cover: 1940-1944.
Description: 474 pages ; 22 cm.
Series Title: Histoire (Belles Lettres (Firm)), 61.
Other Titles: Juifs à Marseille, 1940-1944
Responsibility: Renée Dray-Bensousan.

Abstract:

Studies antisemitic Vichy policies in Marseille between 1939-44 and reactions of Jews to their exclusion from French society. Pt. 1 (pp. 25-93) examines the transformation of Marseille into a hub of Jewish life between 1939-41, when thousands of refugees arrived from Paris, Alsace, and occupied Europe, and French Jewish charity organizations relocated their activities there. Pt. 2 (pp. 97-188) traces the singling out, registration, and exclusion of Jews in Marseille between 1941-42 and the role played by the local administration, together with the Commissariat Général aux Questions Juives, set up in the prefectures. Pt. 3 (pp. 195-334) deals with the Aryanization of Jewish property in Marseille, carried out entirely by the French. Contends that it was more extensive but less efficient than in occupied France and distinguishes between the softer, hushed-down form of Aryanization under Xavier Vallat (1941-42) and the frenzied Aryanization under Darquier de Pellepoix. 20% of the Jews in Marseille, over 4,300 people, were deported via Drancy to death camps in the East.

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