Beaune-la-Rolande internment camp
Beaune-la-Rolande internment camp was a French-run Nazi transit camp for Jews in Beaune-la-Rolande, France. 18,000 Jews were held in the camp, most of them to be transported to Auschwitz. The camp was closed on 4 August 1943 by SS officer Alois Brunner, then commander of Drancy concentration camp, under direct orders from Heinrich Himmler.
- René Blum, founder of the Ballet de l'Opéra at Monte Carlo, was interned in the camp.
- The Austrian-born French composer Ralph Erwin died while being held in the camp.
- Polish artist Zber was imprisoned in the camp, where he completed some of his paintings, before his deportation to Auschwitz.
- Part of the movie Sarah's Key was set in the camp.
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