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Malestroit - 1935-1945 : The War

1939: the War! As we have seen, since their foundation in Vannes, the Augustinians have been in service to the wounded. What they did then is well enough known that there is no need to speak of it here. Mother Yvonne-Aimée, Mother Marie Anne, Sister Marie de La Trinité, and the private hospital itself, were decorated. The Sisters felt that, by receiving and hiding the wounded of the war and the underground, the prisoners, the resistants, they were doing nothing more than their duty as Sisters of Mercy, even if it involved their taking big risks. General Audibert, chief of the Western Resistance, who was hidden in this private hospital, was jailed and deported to Buchenwald, would say after his return: “They acted with joy, hope and charity”.