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For many Jews fleeing the Nazis, Portugal was a way station on the route to a new life and freedom. The few who remained there often did so out of desperation - because they had no visa, or no money to pay for a sea crossing. We pay a visit to the family of Ruth Arons, who fled Berlin in 1936 and went on to join the battle against dictatorship in Portugal.Find out more:www.dw.de/program/arts21/s-7885-9798www.dw.de/english