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DUE PROCESS

Complicit

  • Aired: 11/01/2014
  • 26:49
  • Rating: NR
It's an episode that cuts to critical questions of American law and justice. Why, in 1939, was a shipload of German Jews not granted refuge? Why were they turned away by this country, turned back to Europe, where nearly a third of them would die in the Holocaust? The leaders of the SS St. Louis Legacy Project and a St. Louis survivor look back on a tragic moment in American history.
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A chilling look back at the shipload of Jewish refugees turned away by FDR in 1938.
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