The "Centre de Documentation Juive Contemporaine" (CDJC): mainarchives in Europe on the fate of the France Jews during Holocaust
The "Centre de Documentation Juive Contemporaine" is at the heart of the "Mémorial de la Shoah" (Holocaust Memorial) in Paris. Created in 1943 in hiding, he continually collected and preserve darchives relating to the fate of the Jews during WWII and in particular those concerning the fate of the Jews of France. It is the main archive of Europe on this issue. Equipped with reading room and a family room, documentalists of the CDJC welcome researchers every day and display its archives.