Jewish refugees aboard the MS St. Louis, a German ocean-liner that in 1939 traveled to the United States, Cuba and Canada seeking sanctuary for its passengers but was turned away by all three governments.
Jewish refugees aboard the MS St. Louis, a German ocean-liner that in 1939 traveled to the United States, Cuba and Canada seeking sanctuary for its passengers but was turned away by all three governments. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Jewish refugees aboard the MS St. Louis, a German ocean-liner that in 1939 traveled to the United States, Cuba and Canada seeking sanctuary for its passengers but was turned away by all three governments. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Feds clarify policy on reparations money inherited from Holocaust survivors

January 19, 2015 5:23 PM