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|The Spanier Twins Thirteen-year-old twins, Renee and Ines Spanier, were on the |
St. Louis. ... May 13, 1939, a group of 930 refugees set off from Hamburg,
Germany, to sail to the United States on the liner St. Louis. ... Britain took 287
|Thus Britain ended up with 287 refugees and France 224, of whom 162 already |
possessed U.S. visas. ... refugee centres and in Britain they were housed
privately.1 13 The rescue of the St Louis refugees remained an exceptional
|In May of 1939, the German ship St. Louis had left with 930 Jewish refugees on |
board. ... where after Germany occupied Belgium, they undoubtedly ended up in
concentration camps; 287 refugees were deposited on the Isle of Man, where a ...
|In May 1939 the German-owned steamship St. Louis sailed from Hamburg |
carrying 930 Jewish refugees. ... Except for the 287 refugees reluctantly accepted
by Britain, the passengers of the SS St. Louis found themselves again under Nazi
|... 241 Radio Behar St. Louis, 158 Radiši ́c, ˇZivko, 263 Ramazan, 24, 208 |
Rastetter, Robert, 198 Ratkovac, Radojica, 292–293 ... health care, 96, 287
pensions, 95, 287 permanent, 77–78, 93, 101, 106 registration, 95, 287 refugees
|I could not help recalling, by contrast, how nearly 1,000 Jewish refugees from |
Nazi Germany had crossed the Atlantic on board the S.S. St. Louis in May-June
1939 and were turned away, even by the United States. Only the 287 refugees ...
|English readers followed the plight of the St. Louis in English newspapers |
throughout the month in which the pageant ... 22 Times article (“Arrival of 287
Refugees”) that recounts the arrival of 287 refugees at Waterloo Station after six
weeks of ...
|In the next few hours, as the St. Louis made its way to the Antwerp pier, every |
passenger signed a note of gratitude to Troper. ... It had already been decided
that England would take 287 refugees, France 224, Belgium 214, and Holland
|Aware of what had happened, four European countries radioed the St. Louis and |
said that they would take some of the passengers. Thus when the boat docked at
Antwerp on June 17th, 287 refugees went to Great Britain, 224 to France, 214 ...
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