December 04, 2019


On July 30, 300 Jewish refugees arrived in Baltimore on the steamship, SS Nyssa. It was the largest number of Jewish immigrants to come to Baltimore’s shores since before World War I. The Jewish community, working with the National Red Cross and other local and national organizations, began the work of helping these refugees resettle.

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