Женщины-заключённые в лагере для интернированных Риёкро (департамент Лозер, Франция) в 1939-1942 гг. по материалам РГАСПИ
The article reviews a history of the internment camp Rieucros in France (1939—1942), which had emerged as other internment camps after the Spanish Republican Army’s defeat and massive escape of the combatants and civilians from Catalonia to France through Pyrenees. The Rieucro’s camp specificity consisted in keeping only women and children. Basing on the documental collections of the Russian State Archive of Social-Political History (RGASPI), the authors put together informations about total number of internees, life conditions and activities in the internment camp before and after 1942 (when the camp was moved from Rieucros to another camp in Brens). As the RGASPI documents on Rieucros Camp stay little known, the article includes some attached supplements in French, Russian and German (some previously unpublished primary sources with important testimonies of the internees).