The green ticket roundup: France marks 80 years since its first mass arrest of Jews

The summons instructed recipients to present themselves at 7am, along with an ID card and accompanied by a relative, at six different addresses in Paris.

On May 14, 1941, some 3,700 Czech and Polish Jews in and around Paris obeyed a summons in the form of a green ticket to present themselves at police stations to “verify” their statuses.

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