I decided to visit the Memorial as way of paying my respect to the victims and learn a little bit about the history of the holocaust in France. It's a very, very low key memorial. Free entry. There are names on the memorial walls of those who died, a very small collection of the atrocity in Rwanda, an artificial flame, a multimedia room (which has a good timeline of the events leading up to the treatments of the Jews in France and the role played by the Vichy government), a collection of documents for avid readers and researchers, and a bookstore. I was expecting more of a collection of artefacts and a museum-like display but that wasn't the case. In spite of that, it's worth a quick stop over.
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