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In May 1946, Richard Wright, his wife, Ellen, and their daughter, Julia, left New York Harbor on board the SS Brazil, an old cargo boat transformed into a troopship and now a passenger liner.
The setting is a troopship a few days out of New York City and bound for France.
While the Luftwaffe couldn't find any troopship, German planes did discover several ships docked at the Straits of Gubal, between the Sinai Peninsula and the West coast of the Red Sea.
Join the Dorchester troopship, headed for Europe in 1943.
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: a ship used to transport soldiers
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