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What Happened Next...

SO CLOSE, YET SO FAR Passengers of the St Louis look out over Havana harbour, Cuba, unable to disembark
UNITED STATES HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL MUSEUM/COURTESY OF HERBERT & VERA KARLINER X1, GETTY X3

ESCAPING THE CAMPS

Several passengers had been held in German concentration camps – they were offered freedom if they promised to leave and never return.

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