Survivors, relatives and government officials Wednesday honoured the memory of hundreds of French Jews who were killed by Nazi Germany in Estonia during the Holocaust. “Here, before this memorial, I am torn with feelings of unease because I survived, and by sadness in the face of the pain of the families,” said Henri Zadjenwergier, 83, at the unveiling of a monument in the Baltic state’s capital Tallinn.” He is the only remaining survivor of Convoy 73, a train that left German-occupied France in May 1944 carrying 878 Jews.