Plaque on the house where Victoria Nicollet lived with her husband Henri; both were active in the CGT. A liaison agent for a network under the authority of London, she held clandestine meetings in her home, forwarded mail, distributed tracts and newspapers, and acted as a mailbox. She was arrested on April 17, 1944, imprisoned and sent to Ravensbrück; she did not return from deportation.
- Commemorative plaque
- Civil resistance