Plaque in memory of Ennemond Fousseret, who worked for the resistance in the Coq Enchaîné movement. He was arrested on June 23, 1944 and immediately imprisoned at Montluc prison. He was deported on July 2, 1944, to Neuengamme after transiting through the camp at Compiègne-Royallieu. A sailor from the Kriegsmarine (German Navy) killed him with a blow of a rifle butt as he was working in a work gang at the naval yard at Hambourg-Altona.
- Commemorative plaque
- Civil resistance