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Stone marker "in memory of the time that members of the American volunteer medical sections spent in Sayat between 1939 and 1945". This medical Corps dates from 1917. At the end of World War I, most of the volunteers returned home, but a few stayed on in France. In 1942, some of them joined the Secours Populaire and, later in the war, the maquis. Two American soldiers, Allan H. Muhr and Rurnham Robinson, were arrested and deported in Sayat; their memory is honored each year on May 8.
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