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June 20, 2005
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The police prefect of Paris opened police archives from the period of the Nazi occupation, which have been classified since World War II. Pierre Mutz signed an agreement with Eric de Rothschild, president of the Shoah Memorial in Paris, that each would share their respective archives on the occupation and collaboration during the war. Police archives include arrest warrants classifying Jews by name, address, profession and nationality, as well as lists of goods taken during the roundups of 1941.

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