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Lacaune Jewish Friendship
Association


The Association wishes to maintain and develop relations between the survivors and families of the Jews forcibly relocated in Lacaune during the Second World War and the town’s population, and to ensure that the duty of memory for that period is carried out by supporting pertinent research and its dissemination.


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Plaques commémoratives dans la région - Gramat - Lot
Familles Fisbin, Goldstein, Scherman et Zysman.


Les colloques de Lacaune en images



Slide show from the fourth Lacaune colloquium
Round table: Memory in local history/ Closing words : Study and the duty of memory


Slide show from the fourth Lacaune colloquium
Questions from the public (1)


Slide show from the fourth Lacaune colloquium
Questions from the public (2)


Slide show from the fourth Lacaune colloquium
Books for sale on the Shoah - Sandra Marc


Slide show from the fourth Lacaune colloquium
Studies in the local context.


Slide show from the fourth Lacaune colloquium
Passing down knowledge of the Shoah in public life


Slide show from the fourth Lacaune colloquium
Passing down knowledge of the Shoah within the family context and at school


Slide show from the fourth Lacaune colloquium
Handing down the Shoah in national culture and the arts


Sandra Marc, author of The Jews of Lacaune under Vichy (1942-1944)
Sandra Marc, author of The Jews of Lacaune under Vichy (1942-1944)


Books for sale on the Shoah
Books for sale on the Shoah


Exhibits
Exhibits


Questions from the public
Edouard Drommelchlager Georges Rajchman Norbert Barbance Nicole Lapierre


Questions from the public
Questions from the public Alain Michel Levana Frenk Alain Michel Edith Moskovic


Questions from the public
Carole Friedlander Henri Steiner Monique-Lise Cohen Amy Bloch


Closing words : Study and the duty of memory
Closing words : Study and the duty of memory From yesterday to tomorrow : Jean Bardiès, Corps Francs de la Monagne Noire, read by Jacques Fijalkow


Round table
Round table: Memory in local history Session chaired by Jean-Jacques Rouch (Dépêche du Midi) : Marylise Folch : Lycée Rascol (high school), Albi Robert Escande : Friends of the Memory & Deportation Foundation, Castres Marianne Petit : The Rivesaltes camp Maryline Augery : Château de la Hille, Museum of Montaigut André Cabrol : Mayor of Lacaune Henri Moizet : Points of departure for deportation — Saint Affrique Monique-Lise Cohen : Regional Centre of Pedagogical Documentation, Toulouse


...Handing down the Shoah in national culture and the arts
Isy Morgenztern: Cinema Myriam Ruszniewski-Dahan: The novel Session chaired by Benoît Falaize, National Institute of Pedagogical Research


Handing down the Shoah
Handing down the Shoah in national culture and the arts... Patrick Cabanel: The Righteous among nations and French public opinion Catherine Grynfogel: The law Nicole Lapierre : Passing down family names


Passing down knowledge of the Shoah in public life
Floriane Schneider : Official commemorations: marking milestones? Alexandra Oeser : Transmission and reappropriation of the history of Nazism and the genocide in the working classes in Germany


Passing down knowledge of the Shoah
Passing down knowledge of the Shoah within the family context and at school: questions and answers Alain Michel Henri Steiner


Passing down knowledge of the Shoah
Levana Frenk : The Shoah and the construction of Israeli identity Alain Michel : The Shoah and its transmission in the Israeli context Dominique Trimbur : Foundation for the Memory of the Shoah Benoît Falaize : National Institute of Pedagogical Research Session chaired by Jean-François Sautereau, President of the Paul-Sabatier University (Toulouse)


...Studies in the local context
High school students' opinions on transmitting knowledge of the Shoah: Sociologists from the Jean-François Champollion (Albi) University Centre Christophe Jalaudin Ygal Fijalkow Forced relocation : the case of the Lot-et-Garonne Marie-Juliette Vielcazat


Studies in the local context...
From left to right... Session chair: Daniel Filâtre, President of the University of Toulouse-Le Mirail Olivier Héral: Jews in the Tarn during the Second World War


Sabbatic Meal
Sabbatic Meal


Logo of the Lacaune Jewish Friendship Association
Logo of the Lacaune Jewish Friendship Association