|From||Robert Bashe||2:2448/44.0||Date Write||2018-05-14 09:26:02|
|To||Ward Dossche||0:0/0.0||Date Arrived||2018-05-14 11:00:11|
|Subj||What if USA had stayed home after WWII?|
Ward Dossche wrote to Robert Bashe on Sunday May 13 2018 at 12:43:|
WD>>> You need to get your memory serviced.
RB>> True. It was the St. Lous in 1939:
RB>> And it had tried several times to allow jewish passengers to debark
RB>> in South America and the Caribbean, before it's landing in the USA
RB>> was forbidden. In the end, it returned to Germany, but first stopped
RB>> in the Netherlands, where some of it's passengers debarked. The rest
RB>> returned to Germany and a very uncertain future.
Thanks for disputing the Wikipedia account. Now all we have to do is to decide
which is more believeable.
WD> All the passengers disembarked there, not just "some".
This contradicts the facts of the matter. And the later survivors of the ship
who returned to Germany.
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