Directed by Lyudmil Kolev (with English subtitles)

In December 1941, Struma, a Bulgarian ship, tried to evacuate Jewish refugees to Palestine, at that time under British control. On February 24, 1942, the ship was sunk in the Black Sea by a torpedo from Soviet submarine Shch-213. All 790 (the number varies) passengers (103 of them children) were killed — except for one. David Stoliar’s story can be read here.

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