Swastikas removed from pictures of French Holocaust survivor
Street portraits of a prominent Holocaust survivor that were graffitied with swastikas have been restored by the artist who painted them on mailboxes in Paris.
The images of Simone Veil, who survived the Auschwitz death camp and went into government and politics in France, were found defaced near a town hall in the southeast of the French capital.
Artist Christian Guemy, who also goes by the name C215, tweeted a photo of the restored portraits on Tuesday.
“Simone Veil is back … stronger than the barbarity of anonymous people,” Guemy wrote.