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The Three Star Line - Société Les Affréteurs Réunis - was a French charter shipping line. In 1920, they advertised regular sailings to Spain, North Africa and Marseilles from the Erie Basin, Red Hook Brooklyn.

" We have mostly men here - very few women.  No unattached women permitted at the bar. That’s a simple way of preventing trouble." One of the best known watering holes in Red Hook was the Shaft Alley saloon. Fortune magazine, in a 1937 essay...

The Spanish Freighter NAVEMAR left from Seville. Spain, with 1,120 passengers, in 1941. Most were Jewish refugees fleeing genocide in German-occupied countries. The conditions on the NAVEMAR, a ship designed with only 28 accommodations, were...

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