French schoolchildren and teachers killed by American bombs, Saint-Etienne, France
JACOB Alexandre, DESCOMBES Louis, DECRAT Charles, DEJOB Jean, DUCREUX Pierre, FRAPPA Pierre, PORTE Alexandre, GRANGER Pierre
CERVANTES Rosa, BROUILLAT Michel, BRUN Joseph, BURLET Philbert, CERVANTES François, BEBNI Zenon, DESCOT Benoit, FLORET Jean, MAGAND Paul, OTTOVIANO Joseph, PEJON Maurice, PEJON Pierre, SABATIER Henri, SOUVIGNET Marcel, TIBLIER Antoine, VIGOUROUX Roger, VACHER Marie Therese, CLEMONÇON Maurice, GOUTORBE Claude Francis, GUICHARD Georges GUY Jacques, HEYRAUD Henri, RICHARD Maurice, VALOT Bernard
Above is the rebuilt École de Tardy, one of 1100 buildings destroyed when American bombers targeted the railroad freight yards. Of the 984 people killed in Saint-Etienne that morning, 32 were here.
On the nearby grassy hilltop of the La Cotonne neighborhood is the 1954 Madonna and Child memorial.