U.S. author Sonia Pressman Fuentes from Sarasota, Florida, points to a photo of the Belgenland, which German-born physicist Albert Einstein once travelled on, while visiting the "Millions of People, ... more 
U.S. author Sonia Pressman Fuentes from Sarasota, Florida, points to a photo of the Belgenland, which German-born physicist Albert Einstein once travelled on, while visiting the "Millions of People, One Dream" exhibition at the Red Star Line Museum in Antwerp September 24, 2013. They were the ships that took Einstein and Irving Berlin to America, two of the millions who set out from Europe around the turn of the 20th century hoping to leave behind poverty or persecution. The steam liners of the Red Star Line, commemorated in a new museum in their Belgian home port of Antwerp, carried about 2 million migrants across the Atlantic between 1873 and 1934, a quarter of them Jews, and all seeking a better life. To match Story BELGIUM-MUSEUM/REDSTARLINE Picture taken September 24, 2013. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION MARITIME) less 
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Reuters | Photo By YVES HERMAN / REUTERS
Thu, Sep 26, 2013 12:06 PM EDT