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Unwanted: The tragedy of the passengers of the MS St. Louis
On May 13, 1939, the MS St. Louis set sail from Germany with hundreds of Jewish refugees on board. They were fleeing the Nazis, but the passengers were denied refuge in Cuba, the US, and Canada. With nowhere to go, many of them later perished in the Holocaust.