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Pithiviers internment camp

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Pithiviers internment camp

Pithiviers internment camp was a Nazi transit camp in Pithiviers, France during the Second World War. Children were separated there from their parents; the adults were processed and deported to concentration camps farther away, usually Auschwitz. This was the fate of the novelist Irène Némirovsky.

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