The merchant who cut down a swastika flag from a German liner in the 1930s


The merchant who cut down a swastika flag from a German liner in the 1930s



In the 1930s, a luxury German liner called the ‘Bremen’ was an ideal vacation-ready ship, except for the swastika flag flying aboard its bow. But one brave merchant marine devised a plan to cut down the flag and became the first American to take a public stand against Nazi aggression.

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