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					By: Isabel
Name: Adelaide Hautval
Lifespan: 1906-1988
Wore a yellow badge that stated,
   “Friends of Jews.”
Job: French Psychiatrist
Hometown: Vichy (southern area in
   France)
Psychiatrist
 Became   a doctor in 1934.
 Assisted people in German
  Concentration camp
            •Auschwitz
            •Birkenau
Life or Death Situation
 Captured and put in jail while trying
  to cross Demarcation Line to attend
  her mother’s funeral.
 The Demarcation Line divided Paris
  from Southern France.
 Divided ones boundaries such as Dr.
  Adelaide Hautval
 She was in Southern France, could
  not go to Paris
Who she Hid and Where?
 Hid sick women on the upper level of
  bunks
 Did not report epidemics.
 Protected the woman from the Nazis
  who conducted horrible medical
  experiments.
 Conducted experiments on the
  women that weren’t even sick.
What She Won
   In 1965 she won the, “Righteous
    Among the Nations Award.”
Affectionate   Hopeful
Determined     Anxious
Efficient      Useful
               Thoughtful
Loving
               Valiant
Adventurous    Active
Independent    Loyal
Dutiful
Energetic
   Impression of Dr. Adelaide
            Hautval
I think that Dr. Adelaide Hautval really helped people during the
Holocaust. She saved people’s lives by hiding them. She was a
friend of the Jews and I think that is good because she helped
them when they needed it most. I was inspired by this woman
because she was a true hero. If I were to be one of the women
who an experiment was being conducted on, I would be very
thankful if she hid me. Living a life as fully as you can is the best
way to succeed. Dr. Adelaide Hautval brought out the best in
herself by saving people and letting them live their live’s as fully
as they could. Inspiration is one thing you want to look up to.
You learn from your mistakes but also other peoples mistakes.
When researching about Adelaide Hautval I didn’t learn from
her mistakes I learned from her actions. She was a daughter
who could not attend her mother’s funeral and that is something
that no one wants to happen. She still continued her job and her
life, putting the past behind and memories ahead. Think of life
as an adventure and “LIVE LIKE YOUR DYING!”
Works Cited
 A Holocaust Resource. (2010, February 4). Retrieved March 15,
  2010, from The Mazal Library:
  http://www.mazal.org/Lifton/LiftonT270.htm
 Dr. Adelaide Hautval. (2010). Retrieved March 15, 2010, from
  Flickers of Light:
  http://www1.yadvashem.org/yv/en/exhibitions/flickers_of_light/a
  delaide_hautval.asp
 Mar, C. V. (n.d.). Dr. Adelaide Hautval. Retrieved March 15,
  2010, from The International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation:
  http://www.raoulwallenberg.net/
   http://www1.yadvashem.org/yv/en/exhibitions/flickers_of_ligh
    t/img_righteous/Hautval_2.jpg
   http://www.sptimes.com/News/122699/photos/trvl-vichy-
    map.jpg

				
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