Roundup (Rafle) of July 18-19. Foreign-born non-naturalized Jews and “stateless” Jews are to be rounded up and sent away; at first it is planned to send them to Laon and from there to Nancy, but in point of fact they go to Drancy, which is becoming the central collection point for Jews to be deported to the east. Initial victims are the engineer Marc Adler, Zalman Redlich and the barber Abraham Lewenberg. The wives of the last two, Gitla Redlich and Sarah Lewenberg, escape temporarily by being admitted to the hospital. The others are transported to Drancy and then sent to Auschwitz in August. The authorities have their eye on the women who are in turn arrested in October, sent to Drancy and deported to Auschwitz in November. Georges Wolff, an unemployed actor living in Ault-Onival on the Picard coast is also arrested and sent to Auschwitz in November.