Madam Thomasaint a Survivor of French religious missions
Activities of Christian missions, above all French missions, e.g. Lazarists, Benevolent Sisters, Carms, etc, in religious, educational, and medical sectors in 19th century in Iran, which led to establishment of various charitable centers, religious Schools, and Paying more attention to Patients, were of great importance. The Paper briefly explains the top measures mentioned, and considering National Archive "s records, tells the benevolent activities of one of the survivors of “ Benevolent Sisters “ mission in the world War II in Iran. Incidentally, “ B.S “ records and the Papers related to the alms, received by the French mission, enclosed the article.