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The Double crossing the story of the St. Louis / produced by the Holocaust Memorial Foundation of Illinois and Loyola University of Chicago.

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    The ship St. Louis left Nazi Germany on May 13, 1939, with over 900 Jewish refugees bound for Cuba. Cuba refused them entry, as did the United States. The ship returned to Europe where the refugees were accepted by Great Britain, France, Belgium, and the Netherlands. Archival footage, plus numerous interviews with survivors of the St. Louis voyage, document this experience of refugees.
    Variant Title
    Story of the St. Louis
    Voyage of the St. Louis
    Format
    Projected medium
    Published
    Teaneck, N.J. : Ergo Media Inc., c1992
    Locale
    Germany
    Other Authors/Editors
    Partos, Nancy.
    Marko, Andy.
    Lefkovitz, Elliot.
    Hartmann, Henry Horst.
    Holocaust Memorial Foundation of Illinois.
    Loyola University Chicago.
    Ergo Media Inc.
    Notes
    Subtitle on DVD package : The voyage of the St. Louis.
    Producer, Nancy Partos; directors, Andy Marko, Nancy Partos; writers, Elliot Lefkovitz, Andy Marko, Nancy Partos; narrator, Henry Horst Hartmann.
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    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    1560821043
    9781560821045
    Physical Description
    1 videodisc (29 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in.

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