Mexique : a refugee story from the Spanish Civil War
"On May 27, 1937, over four hundred children boarded a ship called Mexique and sailed for Morelia, Mexico, fleeing the violence of the Spanish Civil War. This would just be a short stay, they thought. They'd be home in a few months. But the war dragged on and the children stayed, waiting and wondering, in Mexico. When the war finally ended, a dictator ruled Spain. Home was even more dangerous than before."--
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