Social Studies Holocaust
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I, Nadine Schatz, was born in Boulogne-Billancourt, a city on the outskirts of Paris. I attended school in Paris, but when France declared war on Germany my mother moved us to Saint-Marcsur-Mer, a village on the Brittany coast. After we moved I went to school in the village.
In around 1940, German troops made their way to Saint-Marcsur-Mer. When France surrendered to Germany, the Germans decided to stay in Brittany. My mother and I moved to the nearby city of Nantes, but soon after this we were arrested by French police. I was separated from my mom and sent to the Drancy transit camp east of Paris.
I was deported to Auschwitz on September 23, 1942. I was gassed shortly after arriving. I was only twelve-years old.
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