German Jewish refugees, 1939

Gerry Cranham :: Seeking A Home. Twins Renate and Innes Spanier (German-Jewish refugees) gaze out of a porthole of the liner ‘St Louis’ as it finally arrives at Antwerp, after being refused entry to Cuba, the US and Canada, prior to the start of WW II, 17th June 1939. | src Getty Images
Gerry Cranham :: German Jewish refugees, looking through portholes aboard the Hamburg-Amerika liner ‘St Louis’ on arrival at Antwerp, where a temporary home was found for the 900 refugees aboard. Most of them were later deported, 17th June 1939. | src Getty Images

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