Sending Jewish Refugees Back to Nazi Europe: A Permanent Stain on Cuba’s Memory

The saga of the ship of Jews fleeing Nazi Europe in 1939, which was turned away and sent back by Cuba and the U.S., is a cautionary tale about refugees – and a reminder that history doesn’t forget countries with immoral policies and cynical interests

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Nearly eight decades have passed but the tragedy of the St. Louis – the ship carrying Jews fleeing the Nazis in 1939, which Cuba and the U.S. turned away and sent back to Europe – still resonates powerfully in...