The story stutters sometimes and not always for the happiness of all. A stone’s throw from the Maison de l’Image Documentaire in Sète, Môle Saint-Louis, a historical relic of the port of Sète, commemorates in its own way, with two modest plaques, the departure in nineteen hundred and thirty seven of 1599 Spanish refugees for the Mexico, the only country to offer them hospitality, and that of 4551 survivors of the Shoah who set sail on July 11, 1947 for Palestine aboard the Exodus. The Mediterranean is still there, bathing the harbor of the singular island, but many here do...
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