The SS Struma-A Forgotten Tale of Woe from World War II
In an effort to avoid the increasing depredations of the fascist Iron Guard in Romania, The SS Struma was charted in December of 1941 by a group of desperate Jews seeking a safe haven in Palestine. Promised legal entry into that area, some 769 people, including 269 women and 103 children, they were charged exorbitant sums for a spot on a boat they were not permitted to see until they departed.
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Guerilla artist Banksy uses his work to criticise corporations for their globalisation of mainstream culture.
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