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MS St. Louis Passengers

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  • Fanny Reingenheim (1886 - 1942)
    Eintrag im »Gedenkbuch« des Bundesarchivs: Reingenheim, Fanny geboren am 06. Juli 1886 in Hopsten / Tecklenburg / Westfalen wohnhaft in Hopsten Emigration: 1939, Belgien Deportation: ab Meche...
  • Evelyn Greve (1928 - 1944)
    Eintrag im »Gedenkbuch« des Bundesarchivs: Greve, Evelyn Eveline geboren am 01. Juli 1928 in Berlin/Stadt Berlin wohnhaft in Berlin (Westend) (bis 1935) und in Berlin (Charlottenburg) (ab 1...
  • Heinz Ludwig* Greve (1924 - 1991)
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  • Johanna (Hanni) Berger (1897 - 1974)
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  • Walter Jesaias Greve (1886 - 1944)
    Eintrag im »Gedenkbuch« des Bundesarchivs: Greve, Walter Jesaias geboren am 09. März 1886 in Gadderbaum/Bielefeld/Westfalen wohnhaft in Berlin (Westend) (bis 1935) und in Berlin (Charlotten...

The MS (Motorschiff) St. Louis was a German ocean liner most notable for a single voyage in 1939, in which her captain, Gustav Schröder, tried to find homes for 937 German Jewish refugees after they were denied entry to Cuba, the United States and Canada, until finally accepted to various countries of Europe. Historians have estimated that, after their return to Europe, approximately a quarter of the ship's passengers died in Concentration Camps. researchers are encouraged to post profiles of relatives who sailed aboard the MS St. Louis.

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Novel by Armando Lucas Correa: